#NewDelhi: Omicron infection is increasing rapidly in the country. According to the Ministry of Health, the number of Omicron In India cases in the country has already crossed 200. In this situation, the Center has declared the Containment Zone to prevent infection and advised the states to introduce rules like ban on large gatherings. This time Dr. Randeep Guleria, the head of AIIMS in Delhi, also advised the people to follow two rules to avoid the new strain of corona.
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According to the head of AIIMS Delhi, adherence to vaccination and coronation rules is the only way to avoid Omicron In India at present. “Omicron is a variant that spreads fast,” he said. There are two things we need to do to protect ourselves from this infection. The first is immunization and the second is coronation. “
The first discovery of the B1.1.529 variant (Omicron In India) was made on November 25 in South Africa. It was named Omicron by the World Health Organization. At the same time, it is reported that this new variant of Corona has been mutated at least 30 to 50 times. As a result, its infectious power may be higher than that of the Delta variant, and it may evade the corona vaccine.
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Marked as the new ‘Variant of Concern’ in Atimari, this variant entered India on 4th December. The Omicron In India variant was found on the body of a passenger returning to Karnataka. Within a few weeks, the infection had risen to 213. Most of the victims are foreign returnees. However, according to the health department, 90 of the victims have recovered.
According to the data of the Union Ministry of Health yesterday, the number of Omicron infected people in the country is 213 at present. The highest number of patients was found in Delhi. There are currently 57 omikron infected. Then there is Maharashtra, where 54 people have been affected by the new variant of Corona.
Most of the 213 infected patients have recently returned from abroad. 90 of them have recovered. According to the Union Ministry of Health, Omicron infection has spread to a total of 11 states and Union Territories in the country. These states are Delhi (56), Maharashtra (54), Telangana (24), Karnataka (19), Rajasthan (18), Kerala (15) and Gujarat (14). Omicron has also been found in Jammu and Kashmir (3), Orissa (2), Uttar Pradesh (2), Andhra Pradesh (1), Chandigarh (1), Ladakh (1), Tamil Nadu (1) and West Bengal (2).
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It is to be noted that even two days ago, the head of AIIMS was asked how the people of the country are protected from Omicron. At the time, he said, “We should be prepared and hope that the situation is not as bad as in Britain. We need more information about Omicron. Whenever the number of victims increases in any part of the world, we should keep a close watch on the situation in the country and prepare ourselves for any situation. We should not be in danger without preparation, we should be more prepared than that. ”
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