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36 years old Sameer Phaase needs your help fight Pneumonia , Adino Virus , Lungs Infection

My Friend Sameer Phaase was  admitted to Jupitor Hospital on the 18th Oct2019  as he was infected with multiple diseases , started up with Typhoid , the moved to Dengue and ultimately infected with acute Pneumonia , that infected both his Lungs . Doctors diagonised that he had been infected with two virus ( adeno and anotherkilling bacteria virus ) that has infected his lungs causing initially one of them and gradually increasing to both of his lungs to be infected, causing him to be put on ventilators now .

He is currently admitted in Jupiter Hospital , Baner , Pune-India  in ICU.
He would be under treatment for future days. The approximate amount would be 1500000 INR.

This Diwali let us all come together and try to support as much as possible .

Your Contribute will help Sameer and his family .

Also please do keep Sameer Phaase in your blessings.

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2nd November 2019
Hi All,
Thanks a lot for all your support and blessings for my friend Sameer Phaase. Below is the update for Sameer :

1. Sameer is completely fine now been discharged from the hospital today. Doctors have requested him rest for 15 days.

2. 7,31,335 INR amount of funds were received as donations and the same has been transferred to Sameer to clear his hospital bills.

3. We have stopped the campaign now.

*Thanks once again for all your support and please do forward this message to all so that they are also aware of his present situation.*
Hi All,
Thanks a lot for all your support and blessings for my friend Sameer Phaase. Below is the update for Sameer :

1. Sameer is completely fine now been discharged from the hospital today. Doctors have requested him rest for 15 days.

2. 7,31,335 INR amount of funds were received as donations and the same has been transferred to Sameer to clear his hospital bills.

3. We have stopped the campaign now.

*Thanks once again for all your support and please do forward this message to all so that they are also aware of his present situation.*
28th October 2019
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick health update on Sameer as of 28th-Oct-2019.

- Sameer's health condition has improved, infection reduced drastically and looks getting back to normal.
-  Oxygen through a ventilator has been stable at 50%. Monitoring continues. All the counts look normal.
- They have inserted the ventilator pipe through his neck. Sameer sometimes moves his face around and even moves his feet while asleep, so he is not paralyzed completely.

Please keep sharing and supporting Sameer.

Thank you all.
Dear Supporters,

Here's a quick health update on Sameer as of 28th-Oct-2019.

- Sameer's health condition has improved, infection reduced drastically and looks getting back to normal.
-  Oxygen through a ventilator has been stable at 50%. Monitoring continues. All the counts look normal.
- They have inserted the ventilator pipe through his neck. Sameer sometimes moves his face around and even moves his feet while asleep, so he is not paralyzed completely.

Please keep sharing and supporting Sameer.

Thank you all.
27th October 2019
Here is a quick update on Sameer’s health as of the 27th-Oct-2019.

- Things are looking promising and looks getting back to normal.
- Sameer will be on ventilator monitoring for another 48 hrs.
Here is a quick update on Sameer’s health as of the 27th-Oct-2019.

- Things are looking promising and looks getting back to normal.
- Sameer will be on ventilator monitoring for another 48 hrs.
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Rs.733,335 raised

Goal: Rs.1,500,000

Beneficiary: Sameer Panse info_outline

Supporters (394)

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SAMPATHKUMARK donated Rs.2,000
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Rebecca donated Rs.2,000
MR
Mandar donated Rs.2,500

Get well soon

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Suresh donated Rs.5,000
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Anonymous donated £25

Wishing Sameer Phaase God's divine health and soonest recovery.

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Anonymous donated Rs.1,500