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Black Fungus cases rising in Gujarat, govt sets up separate wards – India Today

The number of cases of Black Fungus or mucormycosis is rising in Gujarat. The state government has set up separate wards in civil hospitals for these patients and…

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Taking note of the rising number of cases of mucormycosis, a fungal infection commonly known as ‘Black Fungus’, the Gujarat government has ordered 5,000 Amphotericin-B injections worth Rs 3.12 crore for treating the patients.
The number of mucormycosis patients in the state has now crossed the 100-mark.
The government has also set up separate dedicated wards for mucormycosis cases in all civil hospitals in Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Bhavnagar and Jamnagar districts.
On Friday, India Today…

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