Karnataka: Bommai to chair high-level meeting today on Omicron variant

Karnataka: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai announced on Friday that a high-level conference with experts and senior officials will be held on Friday to review the steps to be taken in the wake of two Omicron instances reported in the state and to create new rules.

"The discussion will cover tactics to avoid the spread of a new COVID version as well as control strategies. Experts from the union government will also be consulted on the matter. New guidelines would be formulated as a result of this action "Bommai remarked.

the Centre has confirmed two Omicron cases based on the report of the COVID test samples given to the National Center For Biological Sciences in New Delhi, he said, However, a comprehensive report is awaited. "Our Health Minister and Chief Secretary have been directed to collect the complete report. Tomorrow, experts and top officers will gather for an emergency meeting "he said

In light of the report, Bommai met with Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya again "The minister has stated that he will share the cases' specifics. According to preliminary reports, the variant's impact isn't very severe."  Two persons in Karnataka have tested positive for the Omicron strain of the coronavirus, according to the Centre. The varient was contracted by a 46-year-old man and a 66-year-old man.

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