213 Omicron cases in delhi today

Omicron cases in delhi today In India, the number of cases of the fast-spreading strain Omicron has risen to 213. It is seen that most infections are reported in Delhi and Maharashtra. Tomorrow, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting to assess the situation.

In response to signs of an increase in Omicron infections, the Centre has issued an advisory urging the state to activate “war rooms” and reinstate restrictions, including night curfews, to contain the disease. It also included a list of prevention and containment measures, such as extensive testing and gathering regulation.

The health ministry’s letter urged states and union territories to be “prompt and focused in taking containment measures and restrictions even before these thresholds are reached,” as well as “greater foresight, data analysis, dynamic decision making, and strict and prompt containment action.”

The Delta variant, in addition to Omicron, is “still present” in various parts of the country, according to the letter.

Today, India’s coronavirus tally reached 3,47,58,481 after 6,317 new infections were reported, up 18% from the previous day’s 5,326 cases. The number of active cases has fallen to 78,190, the lowest level in 575 days.

With 318 deaths in the last 24 hours, the pandemic’s total death toll has risen to 4.78 lakhs.

The highly transmissible Omicron strain of Covid has raised alarms. It has rekindled memories of the devastating second wave of the pandemic. It has brought the country’s health infrastructure to its knees.

According to the recent federal estimates, the new variant accounts for 73% of all Covid cases in the United States. It is up from around 3% last week.

The Omicron variant is spreading faster than the Delta variant. According to the WHO, infections in people who have already been vaccinated or who have recovered from Covid.

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