Corona targets second wave survivors of a black fungal infection called ‘Mucormycetes’. Along with black fungus, white and yellow fungal infections are also being diagnosed. Patients have escaped the corona and succumbed to the fungal infection.
They do not have a fungal infection when the corona arrives. Corona has nothing to do with fungal infections. Therefore, not all corona patients are susceptible to fungal infections.
Oxygen and ventilator support would have been provided to save the lives of those most severely affected by corona. The infection occurs in people who have high blood sugar (blood sugar levels above 500) and those who take high doses of steroid medications to correct a lung infection caused by corona.
Symptoms of a fungal infection include nasal congestion, swelling on one side of the face, black patches around the nose, red eyes, pain in the eyes, drooping eyelids, and poor eyesight. If these symptoms are detected and treated early, the problem can be avoided. Failure to do so may even result in the removal of the eyes. In the end casualties cannot be avoided.
Therefore, there is no need to be afraid of fungal infections. If the symptoms are kept and detected at an early stage, the disease can be avoided. Above all, those who have recovered from corona treatment should try to control their sugar levels at any time. Fungal growth is high due to the high availability of sugar in the environment where immunity is low. Controlling sugar levels can help prevent fungal infections. Survivors from Corona are advised to be cautious for at least three months!