Deadly ‘black mold’ attack on Corona victims in India

Corona virus, along with the deadly ‘mold’, is spreading to India.

MUMBAI / DELHI: Another deadly infection known as “black fungus” is on the rise among many people recovering from the Cove 19 epidemic in India.

In this infection, fungi belonging to the genus Myocorrhizae take root in the human brain, lungs, or nose/throat and begin to grow.

Called “black fungus” in common parlance, the infection is called “mycorrhizae” in medical parlance, which is rare under normal circumstances but kills 54% of its victims.

Indian medical experts have warned that there has been a dramatic increase in the number of people infected with black fungus/mycobacterium tuberculosis.

According to reports, the main reason for the spread of black fungus infection in India is steroid hormones which are being used as an emergency to reduce the pain in the severely affected corona. However, these same steroids can weaken the body’s immune system and cause other medical problems.

The number of diabetics affected by black fungus is significantly higher because their natural defenses are already weakened by diabetes.

At the same time, if they are exposed to the coronavirus, their condition worsens and they have no choice but to take steroids.

Steroids also weaken their immune system, which dramatically increases their risk of developing black fungus/mycobacterium tuberculosis. That is, even after recovering from Covid 19, they are still in danger of sudden death.

According to medical experts, the black fungus has been the cause of death in hundreds of people who have recovered from the coronavirus in the past month, or have suffered disability and disability after a dangerous operation.

The incidence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the first wave of coronavirus in India was very low, but in the second wave, the rate is significantly higher than in the first. However, medical experts are still puzzled as to what is the cause of this.

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