New Delhi. The cases of Omicron variant of Corona are increasing rapidly in countries around the world. The effect of Omicron variants is now visible in India too. The number of patients infected with Omicron in the country has increased to 213, which is now indicating a big danger. Like the last two waves in the country, this time too Delhi and Maharashtra are witnessing maximum number of patients of Omicron variant. It has been learned that in view of the threat of Omicron, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can soon hold a review meeting with the Chief Ministers of all the states.
There have been 213 cases of Omicron, a new variant of corona virus in India, out of which 90 people have become infection free or have migrated to other places. These cases have come to the fore in 15 states and union territories. The Union Health Ministry said that Delhi has the highest number of 57 cases of ‘Omicron’ form, 54 in Maharashtra, 24 in Telangana, 19 in Karnataka, 18 in Rajasthan, 15 in Kerala and 14 in Gujarat.
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Delhi has the highest number of 57 cases of ‘Omicron’ nature, 54 in Maharashtra, 24 in Telangana, 19 in Karnataka, 18 in Rajasthan, 15 in Kerala and 14 in Gujarat.
Three cases have been reported in Jammu and Kashmir and two each in Odisha and Uttar Pradesh. One case each has been reported in Andhra Pradesh, Chandigarh, Ladakh, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal.
In his letter to the states and union territories, Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan advised the states to activate the war room, as well as to monitor the trends and speed of cases. It has also been said that no matter how small it is, but there is a need to take prompt action at the district and local level.
Based on current scientific evidence, the virus of concern Omicron can spread at least 3 times faster than the virus of concern Delta, the letter said. There is a need for even greater foresight, data analysis, dynamic decision making and strict and prompt control actions at the local and district level. Decision making at State/ UT and District level should be very quick and focused.
With regard to curbing Omicron’s menace, Bhushan has advised states to impose night curfews, limit the number of people attending large public gatherings, weddings and funerals. Along with this, Bhushan has advised to limit the number of people going to the office or using public transport.
After 6,317 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in India in a day, the number of infected in the country increased to 3,47,58,481. At the same time, the number of patients under treatment has come down to 78,190, which is the lowest in 575 days. After the death of 318 more infected, the death toll increased to 4,78,325.
According to the data, the daily cases of Kovid-19 in the country for 55 consecutive days are less than 15 thousand. The number of patients under treatment has come down to 78,190, which is 0.22 percent of the total cases of infection. This rate is the lowest since March 2020.
In the last 24 hours, a decrease of 907 has been registered in the number of patients under treatment for Kovid-19. The national recovery rate of patients is 98.40 percent, which is the highest since March 2020.
The Center also directed the states to strengthen the health infrastructure keeping in mind the sudden increase in infection. The Center advised the states to strengthen facilities like increasing the bed capacity, ambulances, mechanism for transfer of patients without any delay, availability and transportation of oxygen equipment, buffer stock of medicines.
The Union Health Secretary also emphasized on 100% immunization coverage in the States with special focus on the districts where the 1st and 2nd dose coverage is less than the national average. He said that door-to-door vaccination campaign needs to be strengthened. Is.
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