British doing social work in Jodhpur after malaria, dengue and corona, cobra bite | Outperform malaria, dengue and corona, then bitten by cobra; Raising funds to call back the family

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Ian Jonas has been discharged from the hospital, but has lost sight and is having trouble walking.

This story of a British citizen who came to Rajasthan in connection with work is surprising. Ian Jonas, who lives in the UK, works for traditional artists in Rajasthan. That is why he came to India. Then the corona caused a lockdown. So Jonas could not go back to his country.

While living here, he developed malaria and dengue. When cured after treatment, Coronavirus was engulfed. Then he underwent long treatment. Ian finally recovered from this trouble. A few days of relief were spent that one day a cobra snake bothered Ian outside the house. Surprisingly, he also won this battle. After this, Ian was recently discharged from a hospital in Jodhpur. Now they are preparing to go back to their home.

Dr. Abhishek Tateed, who is treating Ian, told that Ian is currently out of danger, but he is seen to be foggy. Even having trouble walking. These are symptoms of a poisonous snake bites. They will be cured gradually.

Son is raising funds for father’s return
According to media reports, Ian’s family is running an online campaign to collect hospital fees and their return costs. Ian’s son said that my father is a fighter. During his stay in India, he faced many difficulties. He could not return due to the Corona crisis. Ian was the first health worker. Later he started working with artists.

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