A 51year old coronavirus patient with a history of diabetes and hypertension, who has been discharged from a hospital in kolkata after recovery, on tuesday said he was in a positive frame of mind during his treatment and that diabetes should not be worried as long as their sugar levels are under control.
" Diabetes should not fear as they can be cured of the COVID-19 disease," Gopi krishna agarwal said, adding that since his sugar level is not very high, it was not much of a problem for him.
Medical experts have been saying that if diabetes is kept under control, a coronavirus patient with diabetes can be treated as any other non-diabetic COVID-19 Patient.
" The doctors were good and they have successfully done their job," he said.
Diabetes Need Not Worry About Coronavirus: A Survivor 51 Year Old
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