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India Records More Than 4,300 'Black Fungus' DeathsIndia Records More Than 4,300 'Black Fungus' Deaths

India Records More Than 4,300 'Black Fungus' Deaths | General News | Peacefmonline.com

The normally rare infection has a 50% mortality rate and is hitting recovering Covid-19 patients.The normally rare infection has a 50% mortality rate and is hitting recovering Covid-19 patients.

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India records more than 45,000 cases of 'black fungus'India records more than 45,000 cases of 'black fungus'

India records more than 45,000 cases of 'black fungus' - France 24

The country faces an epidemic of the highly aggressive disease, which is usually striking patients who are recovering from COVID-19.The country faces an epidemic of the highly aggressive disease, which is usually striking patients who are recovering from COVID-19.

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Some of the signs and symptoms of the fungal infection include persistent pain and headachesSome of the signs and symptoms of the fungal infection include persistent pain and headaches

India reports more than 4,300 deaths from Covid-linked ‘black fungus’ | The Independent

Over 4,200 dead as India records more than 45,000 cases of black fungus - Punch Newspapers

The infection was previously considered very rare but cases have ballooned during the pandemic, usually striking patients after recovery from Covid-19The infection was previously considered very rare but cases have ballooned during the pandemic, usually striking patients after recovery from Covid-19

India logs 45,000 plus cases of 'black fungus' | Dhaka Tribune

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Over 4,300 people in India have died from “black fungus,” a rare fungus that has made its presence known in rural sections of the country. The new and rapidly spreading infection is just another hurdle for the nation that has already had a hard time dealing with the over 30 million cases of COVID-19Over 4,300 people in India have died from “black fungus,” a rare fungus that has made its presence known in rural sections of the country. The new and rapidly spreading infection is just another hurdle for the nation that has already had a hard time dealing with the over 30 million cases of COVID-19

More than 4,300 die from ‘black fungus’ in India

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NEW DELHI (July 21): India recorded more than 45,000 cases of the deadly

India records more than 45,000 cases of ‘black fungus’