Black Fungus? India Declares It An “Epidemic”

Apparently, there’s a new side effect of COVID-19, and it’s a black fungus. India has declared the fungal infection as an “epidemic” in light of a “rising death toll” from it.

Multiple Indian states and territories have formally declared mucormycosis, which is more commonly known as “black fungus,” to be an epidemic as Indians who have recovered from Covid-19 continue to die from the infection, according to a report by RT. 

How in the hell is a fungal infection a side effect of a COVID-19 infection? Right now, this honestly makes little sense other than perhaps to use it as fear of COVID to improve the “vaccinated” numbers.

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Recognizing the infection as an epidemic makes the reporting of suspected and confirmed cases to the health department mandatory and also gives the Indian government more resources to fight the problem.

The Union Health Ministry warned on Thursday that black fungus was leading to a “prolonged morbidity and mortality amongst Covid-19 patients.” -RT

The fungal infection enters through the bloodstream via a cut or through the respiratory system via the nose. So how in the world is this affecting people who have gotten COVID and those who have not? It still makes little sense.  One in the bloodstream, the fungus can then spread to the heart, the brain, and the lungs. Symptoms can include facial swelling and black lesions, and mucormycosis has a fatality rate of around 54%.

Black fungus can have even more of an impact on those who have recovered from Covid-19, however, which is what’s thought to have caused India’s latest problem with the infection. But HOW? It’s never explained in any article how and why those who have recently recovered from a cold or the flu are now all of a sudden also susceptible to this black fungus.

According to most recent reports, at least 90 people have died from the fungus during the scamdemic, with thousands of more cases recorded. Health experts argue that steroids used for Covid-19 patients, along with a lack of proper sanitation, could be behind the surge of cases.

If that’s true, why hasn’t this fungus affected India, a place where proper sanitation has always been a concern, during previous cold and flu seasons? Something is not adding up, and to be honest, I personally cannot put my finger on it.

Use your discernment and critical thinking.  Ask questions and if something doesn’t make sense, trust yourself. We are being lied to, and this “black fungal infection” thing is feeling “off.”

What do you all think? Read the entire article here. 

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