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Covid-triggered black fungus infection is back, warns Gangaram hospital – The Tribune India

‘Last year, this deadly infection caused a high mortality with many patients suffering from loss of eyesight and removal of nose and jaw bone’

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Tribune News Service
New Delhi, May 6
Gangaram hospital on Thursday said it was again seeing a rise in COVID-19 triggered Mucormycosis cases – a kind of dangerous fungal infection. 
Manish Munjal, senior ENT surgeon at the facility said, “We are seeing a rise again in this dangerous fungal infection triggered by Covid 19. In the last two days we have admitted six cases of Mucormycosis. Last year this deadly infection caused a high mortality with many patients suffering from loss of eye sight and…

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