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Dawood Ibrahim is alive.

There is insufficient publicly available evidence at the current time to accurately verify this claim.

There is insufficient publicly available evidence at the current time to accurately verify this claim.Speaking from an undisclosed location over the phone, Anees Ibrahim told IANS that his brother Dawood Ibrahim and the entire family were not affected by the coronavirus and are putting up at their home. The intelligence reports had earlier said that Dawood and his wife have tested positive for coronavirus, and he was admitted to Army Hospital in Karachi. The report also revealed that his staff and guards have been quarantined.

Though IANS authenticates its telephonic conversation with Anees, the news agency has no independent sources in Karachi to deny or confirm Dawood and his wife's admission to a Pakistan Army hospital due to coronavirus.

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