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Delhi state govt extends cashless surgery scheme of Arogya Kosh to patients of mucormycosis

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New Delhi

Delhi state government on March 27 had declared black fungus an epidemic, in view of its rising cases.

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain has said that state government has extended its cashless surgery scheme of Delhi Arogya Kosh for the treatment of Mucormycosis. Residents of Delhi undergoing treatment of Mucormycosis in Delhi Govt hospital can be referred to empanelled private hospital under this cashless scheme for the treatment.

The minister Jain, also shared a copy of an official memorandum issued in connection with the extension of the scheme for black fungus patients.

Mucormycosis or black fungus is more common among people whose immunity has got lowered due to Covid, diabetes, kidney disease, liver or cardiac disorders, age-related issues, or those on medication for auto-immune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis.

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