KARACHI, Pakistan

At the seaside Clifton area of Karachi, Ghulam Mustafa working at a busy pharmacy is dealing with a crowd of customers, with meager protection, wearing ordinary masks and gloves provided by the owner.

A few of his customers have prescriptions, while others are simply calling out the brand name of the medicines they require. The situation in other shops is no different. They are equally crowded.

Apart from health workers, those working in pharmacies in Pakistan are believed to be potential targets of coronavirus of COVID-19 pandemic.

“It is getting stressful with every passing day, especially when you

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