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Hi my name is***** me take a look at your original question so I don’t miss any details.
Usually apple devices do not get "viruses" but it may be malware or spyware from websites that you might have browsed to through your internet browser like safari. Depending on what you saw, it could just be a "scare tactic" from the site telling you that you have a virus when you really do not. If you were using safari on the ipad , try going to settings>safari>clear history and website data> then choose "clear history and website data" again. Then go back to the same area where you chose under the "clear history and website data" and choose ADVANCED>website data>then choose remove all website data (this may have nothing there but its worth it to check)
Let me know if you don't use safari or if it doesn't work let me know what you saw to let you know you have a virus and then we can continue to troubleshoot.
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