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In the last few days, a couple of cases of earth allergy have been reported in the city.
A woman named Manisha, who is a volunteer at the centre, had been suffering from eczema for several years.
She was having trouble breathing, was having skin rash and itching.
Manisha’s mother also got some eczemias in the past.
When the clinic was not open, she was staying in the nursing home.
When Manisha started to get symptoms, her mother, who has no allergies, went to the hospital and they found a skin rash on her right leg.
Manish said the rash was very deep and thick, but she could not see it because of the light pollution.
“I started thinking that the rash might be my daughter’s eczemoniacal reaction to sun exposure,” she said.
Manika, however, said that she did not have any eczemic symptoms.
She got up at 4:00 am and took a cold shower at the clinic.
The clinic is situated in a slum and is not well equipped to cope with such a big number of patients, Manisha said.
It was too crowded and she could barely go outside.
Manita said she did take a few precautions when she was out.
She took a water bottle and put it in her pocket.
She also had her gloves and a mask on when she went out in the evening.
Manim said that in the morning she went to take some vitamins and water.
After taking a few drops, she realised that the vitamin and water were not helping her any more.
She went to a nearby hospital and started a PCR test, but it did not turn up anything.
“When I went to check if the water was good, the doctor there was not very helpful and asked me to go to the city clinic,” Manisha added.
Mani had not been able to go out since March 16.
The centre was closed till April 1.
The local authorities were not aware of the outbreak, and Manisha told us that the centre had closed down.
“We have had to close the clinic because of this,” Mani said.
“The government should have done something about it.
I have been suffering for almost five years and I do not have an eczaphobia,” she added.
The centre’s director, Anjana Chitre, who had been in the office for the last two days, said they were still checking the situation closely.
She added that there were several other pet clinic in the area and the staff at the hospital were doing their best to cater to the patients.
We have been following up with the city authorities to find out why the clinic has not been open.
“The centre has received many complaints from people who have had eczephias and they are trying to come up with ways to cope,” she told The Indian Express.
For the next few days till the end of the week, people in the neighbourhood will be asked to bring their pets indoors, or keep them in the shed if they do not want to come outside.
The city has also started issuing a permit for the clinic to operate on the pretext of vaccinating its employees.
“Pet owners should be vaccinated to prevent the spread of the disease,” said Anjula.
The Centre is also looking at creating an awareness campaign to convince the public that pet allergies are not a problem.