Two Omicron variant cases have been found in Karnataka. Government alert after two cases of Omicron variant found in India, know what is today’s latest update.
The fastest mutation variant of Corona, Omicron, has reached India. On December 2, the Health Ministry has confirmed that two Omicron cases have been found in Karnataka.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has already declared the variant of concern. Since the first case was found in South Africa on 24 November.
Within a week, cases of Omicron have been found in 30 countries of the world including India, America, Germany, France.
INSACOG recommends booster dose of vaccine should be given to those above 40.
The country’s top genome scientists have recommended a booster shot of the coronavirus vaccine for people above the age of 40.
Along with this, scientists have also talked about giving booster shots to those people who are at high risk and high exposure, INSACOG has recommended this in its weekly bulletin.
Let us tell you that INSACOG is a network of labs created by the central government to monitor the genome variations of the coronavirus.
INSACOG has said in its bulletin that people who are not vaccinated are at risk, along with their vaccination, booster doses for people above 40 years should be considered with priority.
In this, priority can be given to people living at high risk and high risk.
12 suspected patients of Omicron in Delhi were admitted to LNJP.
In the capital Delhi, 12 suspected patients of the new variant of the coronavirus ‘Omicron’ have been found. All have been admitted to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital.
According to the news agency, the Covid-19 report of two has come positive. Whereas, the results of the others are awaited.
It is said that 4 suspects had returned from Britain, one from France and one from the Netherlands. Today samples of all four patients were sent for genome sequencing.
9 international travelers arrived in Mumbai corona positive, samples sent for genome sequencing.
Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) said that 9 international passengers who arrived at the Mumbai International Airport between November 10 and December 2 have been found corona positive.
Their samples have been sent for genome sequencing. In this, a traveler from South Africa has come. The remaining 8 passengers have come from other countries.