Omicron Covid Variant, Two cases of the Omicron Covid version have been discovered in Karnataka, according to the state’s health ministry. A 46-year-old man in one case and a 66-year-old man in the other. The health authority has advised states and territories to keep a close eye on overseas passengers arriving in the nation via various airports and to conduct surveillance of them.
Likewise, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj S Bommai met with Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Thursday to seek advice and consent from the federal government on the potential of giving booster dosages to provincial frontline employees.
Bommai met with Jal Shakti Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju in Parliament House after arriving in New Delhi on Thursday for a private event. The meeting also included Shivakumar Udasi, a parliament member from the Haveri seat, and Manjunath Prasad, the state senior secretary.
The first two people to be diagnosed with the novel Sars-Cov-2 strain, Omicron, in India were a 46-year-old surgeon at a hospital in Bangalore with no journey and a 66-year-old South African national who came home this week. Both incidents were recorded in the state of Karnataka.
From Tuesday night, the officials at the Bengaluru airport and the travelers found themselves amid confusion, both with the Karnataka administration and the Centre publishing a set of rules for international travelers. The airport authorities indicated in a letter that they will start following the new restrictions on Wednesday.
About 1,600 international immigrant workers came in eight aircraft since Tuesday midnight, according to officials, with 1,191 of them being from at-risk countries. However, the other 409 passengers were from foreign countries or local passengers who had flown in through India to other Indian airports before arriving at Bengaluru Airport.