A new variant of the coronavirus is spreading continuously in India. Cases of Omicron have been found in 8 states and union territories including Maharashtra, their treatment is going on in the hospital.
The panic of the new variant of Coronavirus, Omicron, is worldwide. Meanwhile, there has been a stir in India due to the receipt of three new cases of Omicron. 2 new cases of Omicron have been registered in Maharashtra and 1 in Gujarat. The number of cases of Omicron in India has gone up to 41.
In which states have Omicron cases been found?
Let us inform you that on Monday, one case of Omicron was found in Latur and Pune in Maharashtra. At the same time, an Omicron was also found infected in Surat of Gujarat. Talking about Omicron cases across India, there are 20 in Maharashtra, 9 in Rajasthan, 4 in Gujarat, 3 in Karnataka, 1 in Kerala, 1 in Andhra Pradesh, 2 in Delhi, and 1 in Chandigarh.
Where did Omicron’s first death occur?
Know that the first death from Covid’s new variant Omicron has occurred in Britain. Britain’s PM Boris Johnson has also confirmed this. In the UK, 633 cases of Omicron have been recorded, which are being treated. UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid said that Omicron is spreading rapidly in Britain. In London, 40 percent of the newly infected people of Corona are affected by the Omicron variant.
Ban on ‘beach party
Significantly, India is cautious about Omicron. A glimpse of this was also seen in a decision of the Tamil Nadu government. Due to the corona infection, the Tamil Nadu government has banned the ‘beach party’ to be held on the seashore in the new year. This ban will be applicable across Tamil Nadu on 31 December and 1 January. Chief Minister Stalin on Monday reviewed the situation of the Covid epidemic in Tamil Nadu. As part of the measures to prevent Covid infection, there will be a complete ban on the movement of people on all the beaches of Tamil Nadu on December 31, 2021, and January 1, 2022.