Omicron cases tally rises in delhi to 79 on christmas coronavirus nodark


New Delhi. The cases of the new variant Omicron in Delhi are increasing continuously in Delhi. At present, the total cases of new variants in the capital are 79. Although 23 of these patients have been discharged. Omicron patients are being treated at LNJP Hospital and Max Hospital in the capital. At the same time, in view of Christmas and New Year, there is a fear of increasing cases of corona with Omicron.

So far, a total of 415 cases of Omicron, a new variant of the corona virus, have been reported in the country. Out of this, 115 people have become healthy or have left the country. According to the Union Health Ministry, Maharashtra has reported the maximum 108 cases of Omicron till 8 am today. After this, 79 cases have been reported in Delhi, 43 in Gujarat, 38 in Telangana, 37 in Kerala, 34 in Tamil Nadu and 31 in Karnataka. Not only this, Omicron has spread to 17 states of the country including Delhi.

Corona havoc in Delhi
On Friday, 180 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in the national capital Delhi, which is the highest number of a day since June 16. However, no other patient has died due to the pandemic. It is noteworthy that on June 16, 212 cases of infection with corona virus were reported in the city. In Delhi, there has been an increase in the cases of infection in the last few days amid increasing cases of Omicron, a new form of corona virus. According to the department’s data, 180 new cases were reported on Friday. At the same time, five people have died due to Kovid in the national capital so far in December. So far, a total of 14,42,813 cases of infection have been reported in Delhi, in which 14.16 lakh patients have recovered from the infection. At the same time, a total of 25,103 people have died due to the epidemic.

Delhi High Court made this appeal to the people
The Delhi High Court appealed to the people to exercise restraint and avoid overcrowding in view of the increasing cases of Kovid-19. The High Court took note of the decision of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) to allow the opening of religious places on the occasion of Christmas and New Year. On a petition challenging the ‘accidental’ ban on religious events ahead of Christmas in the national capital. A bench headed by Justice Vipin Sanghi, which was hearing the hearing, said that it is clear from the clarification issued by DDMA on December 23 that the permission to open religious places for prayers and events has been given on the ground that the participants will follow covid friendly behavior.

The court said, ‘It is clear that temples, mosques, churches and gurdwaras etc. are open to the devotees for prayer, worship, festival, provided that the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) issued for such places from time to time are strictly followed. and will have to follow covid friendly behavior like wearing masks, maintaining social distance, regular hand washing and using sanitizers.

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