Karnataka; Omicron patient fled from hotel, other passengers also missing from airport

These days, the omicron variant of the corona virus is causing quite a stir. While the government is doing everything it can to stop it from spreading, some people's indifference might disrupt these efforts. Because the patient afflicted with the Omicron variation (Omicron Variant) identified in Karnataka has fled the hotel. Yes, according to latest reports, the Omicron variant patient has escaped the hotel. The Karnataka government, on the other hand, is looking for ten missing passengers.

One of the two people infected with omicron in Karnataka was recently identified with a covid negative certificate from a private lab, according to the state authorities. At the same time, the government is looking for ten other people who went missing from the airport. "All the 10 persons who were supposedly missing by tonight should be located and examined," Karnataka Revenue Minister R Ashok stated during a high-level discussion on Omicron the day before (Omicron Cases in India). Passengers will not be able to leave the airport until the passengers' report has been received.'

During the same time, the Minister said, "A 66-year-old South African national afflicted with Omicron has departed the country. He went on to say, "57 other people who arrived at the airport at the same time will be investigated as well. Of course, he displayed the RT-PCR data that was negative. Ten of these persons have gone missing, and their phones have been turned off. As a result, there is no communication with these individuals. All of them will be evaluated today, as one of these passengers was confirmed to be contaminated with omicron despite a negative covid report. The individual who departed the hotel is also said to have returned from South Africa on November 20 and then left for Dubai seven days later.

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