COVID-19 Impact: Doctors at Sir Gangaram Hospital said that 13 such cases have been reported in the eye-nose-throat (ENT) department of the hospital in 15 days. Doctors have called it dangerous.
new Delhi. Doctors at the prestigious Sir Gangaram Hospital in the country’s capital have claimed that a rare and fatal fungal infection is being found in many people recovering from Kovid-19. Due to this, almost half of them have lost their eyesight. Hospital officials claimed this on Monday. He said that 13 such cases have come in the last 15 days in front of the eye-nose-throat (ENT) doctors of the hospital.
Doctors said that this worrisome problem is rare, but not new. He said, ‘Fungal infection from Kovid-19 is a new thing.’ “In the last 15 days, 13 cases of fungal infection due to Kovid-19 have been reported before the ENT physicians, in which 50 percent of the patients lost their eyesight,” the hospital said in a statement.
The total number of dead increased to 10,014
Please tell that the coronavirus is slowly becoming deadly. Especially in the national capital, Delhi, very few cases are being reported. On Sunday, 1984 new cases of Delhi Kovid-19 came. However, the infection rate came down to 2.74 percent. According to Delhi Health Department officials, the total number of dead has now risen to 10,014 with 33 more deaths due to the epidemic on Sunday.
Detection of 35,611 samples by RT-PCR method
Delhi recorded a steady decline in infection rates between December 3 and December 7 and during this period it was 4.96 percent, 4.78 percent, 4.2 percent, 3.68 percent, and 3.15 percent respectively. However, it again increased to 4.23 percent on December 8 and 3.42 percent on December 9, and 2.46 percent on December 10. After this, it increased to 3.33 percent on 11 December and 2.64 percent on 12 December. According to the new Bulletin of the Health Department, 72,335 samples of Kovid-19 were tested a day before in which these new cases of infection came. In this, 35,611 samples were tested by RT-PCR method.