A patient being helped out of an ambulance at a government hospital in Eluru in Andhra Pradesh.

2 more persons hospitalised with symptoms of Eluru’s mysterious disease die

Two extra individuals who had been troubled with the mysterious illness in Andhra Pradesh’s Eluru died at a hospital in Vijayawada late Wednesday evening however medical doctors stated the causes of dying had been completely different.

The deceased had been recognized as Subbaravamma (56) and Chandra Rao (50), who had been admitted to the Eluru authorities hospital on Sunday with signs of convulsions and giddiness. They had been shifted to a authorities hospital Vijayawada on Monday.

Andhra Pradesh well being minister Alla Kali Krishna Srinivas alias Nani informed reporters after visiting the Vijayawada hospital on Thursday that the 2 deaths weren’t due to the “strange disease” that struck Eluru.

“They were indeed admitted to the hospital with similar symptoms. However, doctors have confirmed that one of them, Subbaravamma, succumbed to Covid-19 and the other person Chandra Rao died of heart stroke,” the minister stated.

Eluru authorities hospital superintendent A V R Mohan stated to date, just one particular person – Sridhar (45) — died of the signs of the mysterious illness. “The other two also had these symptoms but they died of other health complications,” he stated.

He stated the 2 sufferers had been admitted to the Eluru hospital first with signs of mysterious illness. “But since they had other serious health issues, we shifted them to Vijayawada hospital,” he stated.

State chief secretary Neelam Sawhney visited the federal government hospital at Eluru on Thursday and interacted with the sufferers. She later held a gathering with the consultants from All India Institute of Medical Sciences and medical doctors of the hospitals to search out out the newest place.

The Eluru hospital superintendent stated the variety of instances of mysterious illness was step by step declining. As on Thursday night, the whole variety of sufferers who suffered from the illness was 599 of which 528 sufferers had been discharged. “Only nine persons got admitted since morning,” he stated.

Mohan stated medical doctors, with the assist of ward secretariat workers, had been observing the situation of the discharged sufferers. “Experts from various institutes have been probing the cases in all angles. They have also collected blood samples from even animals and food substances like rice, pulses and vegetables in Eluru but also in surrounding villages,” he stated.

The well being minister stated outcomes of assorted assessments carried out on blood, water and meals samples had been anticipated by Friday night. “The experts are studying how traces of heavy metals were found in the blood samples of patients. The government is conducting medical camps in the affected areas to give treatment if there are any symptoms of the strange disease,” Nani added.