Imran Khan
Imran Khan
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Imran Khan-led government became a centre of trolls yet again after it listed 'hot fever' as one of the COVID-19 symptoms on its website.

Imran Khan govt's media advisory mentions 'hot fever' as COVID-19 symptom; Twitter in splits

The website says "It can take up to 14 days for symptoms of coronavirus to appear. The main symptoms to look out for are: coughing, shortness of breath, hot fever and sore throat."

Also, while WHO has listed more symptoms, Pakistan government seems to have an incomplete one.

Well, just to clear things here -- so that we all are on the same page -- its fever and and not hot fever.

And now Twitter is in splits and have hilarious reactions to the Pakistan government's list of symptoms;

Well, this is not the first time Pakistan has been become a centre of ruthless trolls. Earlier, Pakistan was trolled for its national public broadcaster showing a faulty weather update of Ladakh, a region in Jammu and Kashmir.

In a series of tweets, Radio Pak provided the weather details for all the regions in India occupied Jammu and Kashmir.

But in one tweet, a silly goof-up drew many trolls to the comments section.

"In #Ladakh, maximum temperature is -4 degree centigrade and minimum temperature is -1 degree centigrade," the tweet read.

-4 degree centigrade should be minimum whereas -1 degree centigrade should be maximum, but according to Radio Pak, it seems that is not correct.

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