Lockdown imposed at these places amid threat of 'omicron'
Lockdown imposed at these places amid threat of 'omicron'

New Delhi: The crisis of the new corona variant Oficron is now looming large in many countries around the world and now there is growing panic among the people about it. The first death was recorded on Monday from the new corona variant Omicron, which is spreading rapidly in britain. With the virus of the new variant, which was first found in South Africa, spreading rapidly, it has come to light that a lockdown has been imposed in China's Zhejiang province. Meanwhile, the Norwegian government has also imposed a partial lockdown in its country. Omicron cases have now been reported in Other Countries including India as well as in Pakistan.

According to the same report received, the Omicron case was first detected in the United Kingdom on November 27. After which PM Boris Johnson imposed a strict ban in the country. Now that the cases of Omicron have increased, he said on Sunday (December 12th) that the country is likely to have a third wave. Britain says one million people could be infected with omicrons by the end of the month if action is not taken. According to the report, norway has been partially locked down due to increased cases of omicron infection. The Norwegian PM said there is a need to be harsh erased due to omicron infection. Bars, restaurants, gyms have been closed here and strict corona rules have been imposed all over the country. It is being reported that there are apprehensions that new cases may reach 300,000 per day in January.

China's Zhejiang region has again been put on lockdown. More than a dozen listed companies have stopped production here. Between December 6 and 12, 173 corona cases have been reported in Zhejiang, all of which were locally infected. A total of 80 new cases of local infection have been reported in China on Monday itself. Out of these, 74 are from Zhejiang alone.

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