Covid-19 guidelines extended till January 31, Centre alerts states over Omicron
Covid-19 guidelines extended till January 31, Centre alerts states over Omicron

New Delhi: In view of the increasing number of cases of Omicron new and fast-spreading variants of coronavirus in India, the Central government has extended the period of Covid-19 guidelines till January 31. Cases of Omicron variants have started increasing rapidly in many states. In view of this, all state governments have been alerted and are taking precautionary measures at their respective levels. Around 578 cases of omicrons have been registered so far from across the country. Night curfew has been declared by several state governments to control the cases.

The highest number of cases of Omicron infection have come from eight states namely Delhi, Maharashtra, Kerala, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Telangana, Tam Linadu, Karnataka. These states have registered 94 percent of the cases alone against the total Omicron-ranked people in the country. According to the Health Ministry, Omicron has spread to 17 states of the country. Out of this, eight states are becoming hot spots for Omicron variants of Corona, but in these eight states, Shamil has become the most vulnerable to Delhi and Maharashtra Omicron enmity.

The Union Health Ministry has informed that 578 cases of Omicron infection have been registered in the country till Monday morning. However, the number of active cases of Omicron variants has come down to 427. The highest number of 119 patients have been reported from Delhi on Monday morning. This was followed by 99 active cases in Maharashtra, 56 in Kerala, 39 in Gujarat, 34 in Tam Linadu, 13 in Rajasthan, 31 in Telangana, and 16 in Karnataka.

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