A Bollywood superstar has said that the world should be prepared for the emergence of the virus called the ‘Desktop Computer Virus’.
In a tweet on Thursday, Bollywood actor and actor-turned-politician Aamir Khan said: The world should not be prepared.
There are more threats in the sky than the virus.
Khan, who had earlier said that he was prepared to die in the fight against the virus, later deleted the tweet.
The virus, which was first reported by The Times Of India on Wednesday, has now been confirmed in 10 countries, including the United States, China, India, the UK and France.
In the past few days, the virus has been reported in more than 20 countries including Germany, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, Japan, Canada and Sweden.
According to The Times, the spread of the infection has been slowing in countries like the United Kingdom, Spain and Canada.
However, Khan has warned that if the virus spreads, it will be an extremely dangerous situation for those who may be infected with it.
“My mother died last week after getting infected by the virus,” he tweeted.
“I am so scared, I don’t want anyone to get infected.
I would never even think of doing something like that, so please prepare for the virus and be ready for the worst.”