A fake medical prescription is circulating regarding Covid 19 treatment, Beware!
From false conventions to counterfeit medicines to manage coronavirus there is a ton of deception flooding the Internet. The recent addition to the rundown is a fake prescription with a doctor’s forged signature which is being flowed on the web, chiefly through WhatsApp.
The fake picture shows a detailed prescription composed on the notepad of Dr Raj Kamal Agarwal, a Senior Consultant, who works in the Department of Anaesthesiology at Delhi’s Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. The fake prescription begins with the line “To whom it may concern.” In the accompanying lines, it says that the remedy is expressed “according to ICMR guidelines” and records “preventative medication” with the names of certain medicines, including Hydroxychloroquine.”
As per ICRM rule, the contacts of COVID +ve cases ought to be put on HOME ISOLATION even with mild symptoms. It is exhorted that everyone dismantles these precaution drug from the accompanying SOCIAL DISTANCING, HAND HYGIENE, AND WEARING MASKS,” peruses a piece of the bogus claim.
Sir Ganga Ram Hospital took to Twitter to excuse the solution as fake. “It has been brought to our notice that someone has circulated a fake image and forged the doctor’s signature,” they tweeted. “#SGRHIndia strongly dissociates itself from such messages,” they added.
Over a telephonic discussion, Dr Agarwal likewise denied composing any such remedy and exposed it as fake. He likewise included that nobody should pay any notice to or use the medicines written in the prescription and ought to consult a doctor if they feel unwell.
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