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Black fungus: 1,06,300 vials of Amphotericin-B allocated to states, UTs | India News

NEW DELHI: Union minister for chemicals and fertilisers DV Sadananda Gowda on Monday said that 1,06,300 vials of black fungus drugs Amphotericin B have been allocated to states, UTs and to the central institutions.
“Ensuring significant availability of Liposomal #Amphotericin B, additional 1,06,300 vials of the drug have been allocated across all the states/UTs and central institutions today,” Sadananda Gowda said in a tweet.

The minister said that a total of 53,000 vials of Conventional Amphotericin B have also been allocated to all the states, UTs and
central institutions today.
“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 and timely treatment of patients,” he said in another tweet.

He further said that additional 9,400 vials of Liposomal Amphotericin B and 4,680 vials of Conventional Amphotericin B have been allocated to Karnataka today.
“Additional 9,400 vials of Liposomal Amphotericin B have been allocated to Karnataka today. So far, total 49,870 vials of the drug have been made to the state. Besides this, 4,680 vials of Conventional Amphotericin B have also been allocated to Karnataka today,” he added.
On May 27, the Central government gave a licence to five companies to ramp up the production of Liposomal Amphotericin B injections, which is used to treat black fungus or mucormycosis.

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