Newly appointed deputy commissioner of Bagerhat district Mohammad Azizur Rahman visited ailing UNB district correspondent Bisnu Proshad Chakrabortty at his Shaltala residence in the town on Monday.
The deputy commissioner inquired about his overall health condition and assured him of providing better treatment.
Bisnu was admitted to Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) in the capital on March 16 for better treatment after he fell sick in January.
Later, he got discharged from the hospital and was taking treatment from his residence following the advice of the physicians on April 5.
Bisnu developed various symptoms, including high fever, shortness of breath, headache and chest pain, after receiving the first dose of coronavirus vaccine on February 7 at Bagerhat Sadar Hospital.
He was first treated at Bagerhat Sadar Hospital and then shifted to Khulna Medical College Hospital (KMCH).
An expert medical board, formed to treat him, conducted various tests but failed to diagnose any specific disease.
Later, Bisnu took treatment at home under the supervision of the health department.
Bagerhat Civil Surgeon Dr. KM Humayun Kabir, said “The doctors are providing medical treatment to Bisnu with sincerity and still none can identify his disease. He will further taken to BSMMU where doctors will take final decision about his treatment.”
The Health authorities are inquiring about his condition round the clock, he said.
Besides, Bagerhat Press Club authorities have submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister through the deputy commissioner seeking better treatment of Bisnu.