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He had malaria, dengue and coronavirus and now he was bitten by a poisonous snake

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A British employee of a non-governmental organization that survived the coronavirus, dengue and malaria, is recovering after a life-threatening snakebite in the western Indian state of Rajasthan.

Ian Jones was bitten by a cobra in the rural district of Jodhpur and admitted to the local hospital, some 350 kilometers from the regional capital Jaipur.

Jones entered the establishment last week after a snake bite in a town in the region. Initially, it was suspected that he also had covid-19 (for the second time) but eventually he tested negative, “said Dr. Abhishek Tater, who treated him at Medipulse Hospital on Saturday.

A cobra like this bit the man in India.

“While in the hospital, he was conscious and had symptoms of a snake bite, including blurred vision and trouble walking but these are generally transient symptoms, “Tater added.

Jones was released earlier in the week. “We believe that it will not suffer long-term consequences. If it still has not improved, it will do so in the next few days,” added the doctor.

Jones was discharged earlier in the week: "We believe there will be no long-term consequences.  If it still hasn't improved, it will in the next few days"added a doctor.

Jones was discharged earlier in the week: “We believe that he will not suffer long-term consequences. If he still has not improved, he will do so in the next few days,” added a doctor.

He also stated that snake bites are frequent in rural areas of the region.

Jones works with traditional artisans in Rajasthan and with the NGO Sabirian, lhelps you export their products to Great Britain.

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Agencia AFP.

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