Identify all precautionary and necessary measures, increase testing, include night curfew and crowd ban.
New Delhi: The central government today told states that the new form of corona virus, Omi Crohn’s, is three times more contagious than the previous variant Delta and should be prepared to take necessary steps for it. The Center said that Omi Kron is currently spreading rapidly across the country. That is why all the states and the Union Territories need to be vigilant. The Center, in a letter to the states, pointed out various precautionary measures, including increasing the quad test, imposing night curfew as required and preventing crowds from gathering. The Union Ministry of Health said that all states and other regions should take action based on the local situation. The Center said that as soon as there is a state of concern, the concerned governments should take necessary steps. The ministry explained that in the last one week, 10% or more of the patients tested positive or 40% of patients attending ICU beds should be considered as a matter of concern. The ministry said that Delta variants still exist in different parts of the country besides Omi Kron, so there is no room for tolerance as Omi Kron cases have crossed 200 across the country.
Omi Kron’s rapid spread, 200 cases registered
New Delhi: There have been 200 cases of Omecran, a new variant of Corona virus, across the country so far. The announcement was made by the Union Ministry of Health on Tuesday. The Ministry of Health said that out of 200 cases of Omekron, a total of 77 people have recovered. According to a bulletin issued by the ministry, Delhi and Maharashtra have the highest number of 54-54 cases of Omekron. Telangana and Karnataka have registered 20 and 19 cases respectively. In Rajasthan, 18 cases of Omicron, 15 cases in Kerala, 14 cases in Gujarat, two cases in Uttar Pradesh and one case each in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Chandigarh. Meanwhile, the total number of cases of corona infection in the country has reached 34752164. As of Tuesday morning, 5,326 new cases had been reported in the last 24 hours and the death toll had risen to 478,007 after the deaths of 453 patients.
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