Post Shared by @Aisha_must_sayz Twitter Handle
Fact Check: In this era of Coronavirus Pandemic, Fake Information and Fake News are constantly getting viral on social media platforms, due to which people are being confused. Recently, a news related to Dr. Aisha was going viral on social media, claiming that a young doctor died due to Kovid-19 infection (COVID-19). Twitter called @Aisha_must_sayz This post shared by the account created an emotional storm on Twitter. Please tell that this Twitter account has been deleted.
In a message posted on 31 July 2020, it was said – Hi friends are unable to compete with Kovid-19. Today we will go on ventilator for some time. Remember me and my smile. Thank you for your friendship. I will remember you all Be safe, take this deadly virus seriously. Love you all… bye ..
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Tweet Shared by @Aisha_must_sayz
The post claiming the death of Dr. Aisha due to Kovid-19 went viral and on seeing this people started reacting and retweeting the post. Journalist Nidhi Razdan tweeted that this is the saddest story you will see today. This incident reminds that Kovid-19 can also kill youth.
However, when Nidhi Razdan came to know that this post was fake, she deleted the tweet. This post has also been retweeted by Rana Ayyub, Nikhil Alva, Atul Kasbekar, Sanjukta Basu. The viral post stated that Aisha died due to Kovid-19. In addition, it was claimed that Ayesha was also suffering from asthma, upper respiratory complications and high blood pressure.
Later Dr. Aisha’s sister Dr. Alisha allegedly tweeted a tweet from @Aisha_must_sayz. He said that Dr. Aisha’s phone was with me, because he was not allowed to keep the phone with him in isolation.
When this post was investigated by Boom Live, it was found that the story posted on Twitter handle @Aisha_must_sayz is fake. The fact-checking website said that the viral picture is of a medical student of Walter Sisulu University in South Africa and he is alive. Also read: Is the news of Dr. Aisha’s death from COVID-19 fake? Seeing viral pictures on social media, users questioned – is it real or fake
The woman said that her pictures have been shared with a fake story and she is not infected with Kovid-19. With this, he said that my exams are going on and here I am answering those people who are asking me if I have died. This is a prank, with no way of treating it.
She said that the photos of the hospital that are circulating on social media are when she was admitted to the hospital for a recurring medical condition, so the story of Dr. Aisha’s death is fake and share the picture with the fake story being done.
Dr. Ayesha died due to Corona virus infection.
This story is fake, the woman said that her photos have been shared with a wrong information and that she is not infected Kovid-19.