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Black Fungus: Centre allots 1,06,300 Amphotericin B vials to states, UTs

The Centre on Monday issued additional 1,06,300 vials of Liposomal Amphotericin B, the drug used for Black Fungus treatment, to states, UTs as well as central institutions. The Centre has also issued 53,000 vials of Conventional Amphotericin B to all the states, UTs and central institutions.

Gowda, in another tweet, wrote, “A total of 53,000 vials of Conventional #Amphotericin B have also been allocated to all the States/UTs & Central Institutions today. The allocation of #ConventionalAmphotericin B is being made to ensure its smooth supply & timely treatment of patients”.

Black Fungus cases have been rising across several states in the country. Maharashtra alone has 7,395 cases of Mucormycosis, according to the state’s health department. Due to a surge in cases, there is an acute shortage of Amphotericin B drug in the country.

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Actions taken regarding Black Fungus

The Centre has taken various steps to ensure the availability of Amphotericin B to patients suffering from Black Fungus. On June 1, the Centre had imposed curbs on the export of Amphotericin-B injections.

Earlier on May 21, the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) had granted approval to five pharma companies to start manufacturing antifungal anti-fungal drug Amphotericin B liposomal injections. India has also increased imports for Amphotericin-B injections from other countries.

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Black Fungus cases have been rising over several states in the country. Maharashtra alone has 7,395 cases of Mucormycosis, according to the state’s health department. Due to a surge in cases, there is an critical shortage of Amphotericin B drug in the country.

The Centre has taken various steps to ensure the availability of Amphotericin B to patients suffering from Black Fungus. On June 1, the Centre had imposed curbs on the export of Amphotericin-B injections.

Earlier on May 21, the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) had allowed agreement to five pharma companies to start manufacturing antifungal anti-fungal drug Amphotericin B liposomal injections. India has also increased imports for Amphotericin-B injections from other countries.

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