FIA cybercrime wing sealed after three officials test positive for COVID-19

Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) headquarter of cybercrime wing has been directed to close down after three of its officials tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.

According to details FIA’s  headquarters of cybercrime wing has been sealed off on the instructions of higher administration after three of its officials were diagnosed with COVID-19 coronavirus the day before.

Furthermore, the main building is being disinfected along with various other secondary offices, whereas the staff is being screened for coronavirus as well.

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Prior to this around 40 employees of National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and FIA have already been affected from coronavirus as of June 11

Whereas 30 NAB officials, and 10 employees, including an assistant director of FIA’s Islamabad office  had contracted COVID-19 previously.