After days of isolation, 2 Nipah-affected persons return back to life

Anjana Sasi

Kozhikode: Ajanya is happy as she is allowed to return home after fighting with the deadly Nipah virus. The whole Kerala was waiting for the day when she returns to life.

Ajanya had become normal before many days. However, the health experts in Medical College were patiently waiting to ensure that her body is not affected by any kind of disease. She was fed up of staying in a small room for a long time. Now she is back with her dear ones.

Ajanya has gone through a couple of terrible days since she was admitted to the Medical College. Some of them are unclear for her. But, this disease has taken her a step closer to her profession. This experience has reinforced her respect for the profession and service mentality.

She is thankful to everyone who accompanied her during those miserable times. Family and friends motivated and helped her return to normal life. The doctors and nurses put relentless efforts for her recovery. She will resume her nursing studies after resting for a few more days at home.

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Kozhikode: Ubeesh is scared of his natives though he has recovered from Nipah. He is disturbed as the disease has secluded his family from the society.

A number of unfortunate incidents followed the death of his wife Shijitha. Ubeesh was identified with Nipah after his wife died of the same. The news spread by media have caused miseries to his family. Even close relatives are afraid to visit his home. Several rumours began to spread after his wife’s death. All the family members and friends were put under observation and tests conducted proved negative.

It is inferred that Ubeesh’s body wasn’t seriously attacked by the Nipah virus. He reacted to the medicines effectively. All test results except the first were found negative. Ubeesh can leave the hospital on June 14 as he has completely recovered.

“I am praying that my life and job mustn’t get affected by this havoc. Many familiar and unfamiliar faces have lent a helping hand. I am thankful to everyone. Please don’t isolate my family anymore,” says Ubeesh.

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