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Rahul Asked These 3 Questions to Government Regarding Black Fungus

Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi On Tuesday Hit Out At The Central Government, Asking About The Strategy To Deal With The Increasing Cases Of Mucormycosis Or Black Fungus Across The Country. Rahul Gandhi Also Asked The Government What The Center Was Doing To Address The Shortage Of Medicines Used To Treat Patients With Black Fungus.

Rahul Asked These 3 Questions to Government

Rahul Gandhi Has Asked These Questions On His Twitter. He Tweeted, ‘Central Government Should Clarify About Blank Fungus Epidemic:

  1. What Is Being Done For The Shortage Of Amphotericin B Drug?
  2. What Is The Procedure For The Patient To Receive This Medicine?
  3. Instead Of Giving Treatment, Why Are The Public Being Disturbed By The Formalities Of The Government?


Black Fungus Infection Has Raised Alarm Bells In States Across The Country, Affecting Patients With The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) During The Deadly Second Wave Of The Pandemic.

Several States, Including Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Tamil Nadu And Bihar, Have Declared Black Fungus as an epidemic under the Epidemic Act 1897.

Black Fungus Infection, Seen Mostly In COVID-19 Patients Across The Country, Is On The Rise, Resulting In An Increase In The Death Toll. Karnataka Has So Far Reported 1,250 Cases Of Mucormycosis And 39 Related Deaths. In the Indore City Of Madhya Pradesh, 39 People Died Due To Infection. On Friday, Two People Succumbed To Mucormycosis In Shimla, Himachal Pradesh. So Far, 147 Black Fungus Cases Have Been Reported In Meerut, Uttar Pradesh.

Mucormycosis Or Black Fungus Has Been Detected In The Brain Of At Least 15 Percent Of Patients Admitted To The Government of Maharaja Yashwantrao Hospital In Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

In Isolated Cases, Mucormycosis Has Also Been Found In Patients Who Have Previously Had Coronavirus Disease. This Infection Has Been Reported To Be A Complication Of Post-COVID-19, Particularly In Diabetic Patients With High Glucose Levels.

Rushing To Control Infection In Patients, Many States Are Facing A Shortage Of Injections (Liposomal Amphotericin-B And Posaconazole) Needed In The Treatment Of Black Fungus Patients.

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