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Home Other's Health 105-Year-Old Elderly Woman battles COVID-19 at home And Survives

105-Year-Old Elderly Woman battles COVID-19 at home And Survives

The 105-year-old Woman Kamalamma Linganagouda Hiregoudra has gotten the focal point of fascination in Karnataka’s Koppal locale after her grandson apparently relieved her from Covid-19 with his Ayurvedic formulas.

Koppal is one of the regressive regions of the state and has been a hotspot for COVID-19.

Hiregoudra’s grandson Srinivas Hyati is an Ayurvedic specialist training in the state.

As the 105-year-old Woman had a fever, she had gone through a COVID-19 test which came positive yet she was hesitant to be hospitalized.

Hyati said: It was a difficult task to treat her at home. However, she had no other medical problems and that was an extraordinary favorable position for us to deal with her like any other COVID-19 patient. She was not stressed over the infection and collaborated for the treatment in home confinement.

Her relatives said she had quit taking food saying her life was going to end.

A relative stated: However, we forced her to eat in any event ‘Ganji’ (porridge) and water alongside the recommended medications that helped her to recuperate.

In the wake of taking these home solutions for a while when she went through a COVID-19 test as of late, the outcome was shockingly negative, the relative said.

Since the time the initial positive instance of the novel COVID-19 was affirmed on January 30 in Kerala, the pandemic has spread across India and has influenced more than 48 lakh people altogether. On September 6, the nation beat Brazil’s count and directly, it has the world’s second-most highest number of COVID-19 cases.

Till last night, Koppal had revealed a sum of 8,802 COVID-19 incidents, including 186 passings and 6,870 releases from hospitals. As of September 12 night, aggregately 4.59 lakh positive cases have been affirmed in Karnataka, which incorporates 7,265 passings and over 3.44 lakh discharges.