Omicron situation in India: The number of Omicron victims is increasing by leaps and bounds! Narendra Modi in the review meeting tomorrow


#Delhi: In India, the number of corona new strains of Omicron has risen to 213. Concerns about Corona’s new strain are growing The highest number of victims was found in Maharashtra and Delhi In this context, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a review meeting tomorrow on the Corona situation in the country and especially on the risk of Omicron infection.

So far, Omicron strain has been found in the bodies of 56 corona sufferers in Delhi. In Maharashtra, 8 out of 54 victims were found States like Telangana, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Kerala and Gujarat are also witnessing an increase in the number of Omicron victims.

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In addition, Jammu and Kashmir, Orissa, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Chandigarh, Ladakh, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal have also been found to be infected with Omicron. As a precautionary measure, the Center has sent special advice to each state to prevent Omicron infection. States have been told to launch ‘War Room’ to quickly identify Omicron victims and prevent infection. Strict restrictions like night curfew should be brought back Besides, instructions have also been given to increase the number of sample tests and crowd control

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The letter from the central government further reminded all the states and union territories that besides Omicron, there is still evidence of corona delta strain in different parts of the country.

Omicron strains have already been found in 83 percent of all sample tests in the United States. Last week that number was around 3 percent The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that omega-3s are much more contagious than deltas. Even those who have been vaccinated or have recovered from the corona are overwhelmed by this deadly strain.



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