India to face double risk of Omicron
India to face double risk of Omicron

New Delhi: The cases of omicron variants of corona infection in the country are increasing day by day, the total figure has gone up to 174 after 19 more new cases of omicron recently. On Monday, new cases were registered in 5 states, 8 in Delhi, 5 in Karnataka, 4 in Kerala, one each in Rajasthan and Gujarat. In most of the cases reported in Delhi, people had travelled to another place. In the national capital, the total number of patients infected with the new variant has gone up to 30, while at least 12 persons have been discharged from the hospital.

The same 27-year-old woman who returned from the UK in Vadodara, Gujarat, and husband and wife, who had travelled from Tanzania to Ahmedabad, were found positive from Omicron on Monday. Health officials said the woman had returned to Mumbai on December 13 after travelling to the UK. She was not found infected with the infection at both the airports. Thereafter, he complained of fever and gave samples for the corona test, which was confirmed in the report. The samples were then sent for genome sequencing. This is the third case of Omicron in Vadodara and the 14th in Gujarat.

With four new cases coming to light in Kerala, the total number of cases of omicron variants in the state has gone up to 15. The state health department said that out of these four infected persons, two are 41 and 67 years old. She is the mother and grandmother of a 17-year-old infected man from Omicron who came to Thiruvananthapuram from Britain. He returned from Britain on December 9 with his father, mother and sister. Two other cases of Omicron that came to light in Thiruvananthapuram include a 32-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman who returned from Nigeria on December 17. The woman returned from the UK on December 12.

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