With this, the number of confirmed “Black Fungus” patients, admitted to the VIMSAR, has risen to four. The condition of the first patient, who belongs to Barapali area, is stable now, according to information. The addresses of the new three patients are yet to be known.
According to information, three more patients are being admitted with symptoms of “Black Fungus” in the premier health facility of the western Odisha. However, they have not been confirmed as the “Black Fungus” patients yet.
The new three patients, who are undergoing treatment in the ENT Department, are said to be in critical condition now.
According to reports, Amphotericin-B Injection, which is required for treatment of Black Fungus, is not adequately available in the market now.
According to inforamtion, more about 30 Black Fungus patietns are undergoing treatment in different hospitals in the State now.