First patient with black fungus in Ballia – Black fungus in Ballia: The patient was treated at the BHU, first his eyesight went out, then his life.

Amar Ujala Network, Ballia

Published by: Geetarjun Gautam
Updated Tue May 25, 2021 5:21 PM IST

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It was a corona infected mill in Prail. He was then placed in home isolation, although he did recover after treatment. 10–12 days later for eye pain.

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In the Ballia district, even Black Fungus had not yet recovered from the devastation of Corona. The 54-year-old middle-aged resident of Jateshwarpuri colony in Middhi Mohalla, town, died Tuesday morning of a black fungus. He was treated in a hospital for covid patients at the BHU in Varanasi.Sanjay Gehlot, a communist Mohalla who lives in Maniyar City, District, lived with his family by building a house in the city’s Jateshwarpuri colony for nearly 20 years. On April 27th last year, his little boy David had a tilakotsav, but before that his health deteriorated and he became corona infected. Afterward, Sanjay went home in isolation after calling off the son’s marriage.

However, he recovered after the treatment. After that, on the night of May 11th to May 12th, his left eye ached. The next day, he went to an eye clinic for treatment, where the doctor gave medication but got no relief, and on the night of May 13th, his left eyesight went on. The next day, the family took him back to the hospital, where the doctors referred him to Varanasi for fear of a black fungus.

The family took him to the BHU’s covid center, where the investigation confirmed that Sanjay was infected with black fungus. Sanjay was scheduled to have eye surgery on Friday, but doctors postponed him because of a sudden spike in sugar levels. His condition worsened on Saturday and he was admitted to the intensive care unit, where he died on Tuesday while on treatment. He was cremated in Varanasi on Tuesday. The offering was made by his elder son Shiv Shakti aka Bantu.Was published as Elder Babu in TD College
Sanjay, a Maniyar-based communist Mohalla, was appointed a senior executive at Shri Murali Manohar Town Degree College in the Gehlot District. He is survived by his wife Pramila Devi (50) and two sons and a daughter. They have two sons Shiv Shakti alias Bantu and David and daughter Ruby.

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In the Ballia district, even Black Fungus had not yet recovered from the devastation of Corona. The 54-year-old middle-aged resident of Jateshwarpuri colony in Middhi Mohalla, town, died Tuesday morning of a black fungus. He was treated in a hospital for covid patients at the BHU in Varanasi.

Sanjay Gehlot, a communist Mohalla who lives in Maniyar City, District, lived with his family by building a house in the city’s Jateshwarpuri colony for nearly 20 years. On April 27th last year, his little boy David had a tilakotsav, but before that his health deteriorated and he became corona infected. Afterward, Sanjay went home in isolation after calling off the son’s marriage.

However, he recovered after the treatment. After that, on the night of May 11th to May 12th, his left eye ached. The next day, he went to an eye clinic for treatment, where the doctor gave medication but got no relief, and on the night of May 13th, his left eyesight went on. The next day, the family took him back to the hospital, where the doctors referred him to Varanasi for fear of a black fungus.

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