March 27, 2023

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Omigron: With 4 to 21 victims a day in India, the situation around the world is worrying

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On Sunday, the new variant of the corona virus in India recorded the biggest improvement in cases of omigran infection.

According to news agency ANI, seven people in Maharashtra, nine in Rajasthan and one in Delhi were confirmed to be affected by the Omigron variant on Sunday.

As a result, the number of Omigran infections in India has risen to 21.

The World Health Organization continues to describe this variation as a matter of concern.

Last Friday, the World Health Organization said that this variation would outperform the delta variant in terms of the number of infections.

World Health Organization scientist Soumya Swaminathan told Reuters that this variant would overtake the delta because it was more contagious than previous variants.

In an effort to curb this new variation of the corona, federal and state governments have intensified efforts to monitor, test, and screen from airports to other transit centers.

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In Maharashtra Eight appeared Case

Pune health officials in Maharashtra on Sunday reported seven cases of Omigran infection in the district.

According to officials, the victims include a woman who had returned to India from Nigeria with her two daughters to visit her brother in Pimpri-Chinchwad. His brother and his two daughters are affected by Omigran.

Apart from this, another case is that a man from Finland who came to Pune arrived in India in the last week of last month, officials said.

The Dombivliites arrived in Delhi from South Africa on November 23 and flew to Mumbai from there.

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Supreme warning in Rajasthan

According to the Rajasthan Health Department, 9 cases of Omigran variant have been reported in Rajasthan so far.

The Department of Health said a total of 34 samples had been sent for genetic sequencing, including a family returning from South Africa and the total number of people associated with them.

Of these, 9 were diagnosed with Omigran infection. The remaining 25 had no corona infection.

Health Secretary Vaibhav Kalaria said, “The family returning from South Africa has been admitted to the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences by the health department. Five more people who came in contact with them have been diagnosed with the disease.

In addition, Kelaria has appealed to the people of Rajasthan to abide by all government rules like Govt-19.

Management ready in Telangana

Meanwhile, Telangana Health Director Dr Srinivasa Rao said a total of 970 people had come to Hyderabad from abroad since December 1.

Thirteen people were diagnosed with corona infection at the screening, after which they were admitted to Corona Care Facility. Their samples were sent for genetic sorting to see if they were infected by Omigran.

Along with India, there has been a sharp improvement in Omigran infection cases in all countries of the world. This includes from European countries such as Britain affected by delta species to the United States.

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Omigron cases in fifteen US states

According to the news agency Reuters, cases of omigran variants of the corona virus have been detected in 15 states in the United States.

However, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are still more infections with delta variants of the virus.

In an interview with ABC News, CDC Director Rosella Valensky said, “Only a few cases have been reported and we are monitoring them. But every day more and more potential cases are coming forward and the number is likely to increase in the coming days.” Huh. “

So far, cases of omigran variation have been reported in Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Utah, Washington, and Wisconsin. In Georgia, a woman has been confirmed to have an Omicron infection.

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Britain imposes strict travel restrictions

The British government has changed travel restrictions due to the Omicron variant and said travelers coming from abroad will no longer have to show a Covit negative certificate before arriving.

The changed travel restrictions will take effect from 4 a.m. Tuesday local time. These restrictions apply to all passengers over the age of 12.

On Saturday, the Ministry of Health said visitors to the UK must show a negative report of a lateral flow test or PCR test at least 48 hours before the start of the trip.

Under the restrictions that have been put in place so far, it is mandatory for passengers to undergo PCR testing within 48 hours of arriving in the UK.

Dominic Robb, the country’s law minister, said: “We know this decision will be difficult for the travel industry, but we need to stop it so that the Corona’s new variant does not become a major problem.

Earlier, Britain banned flights from South Africa and added 10 African countries to the red list. The name of Nigeria will also be added to the list from Monday.

Mark Woolhaus, a government adviser to scientists and epidemiologists, has warned that banning travel will not stop the spread of new species.

He told the BBC, “There are new restrictions, such as tying a horse to a stable and locking the doors of the barn. I think it’s too late to stop the Omigron wave from coming.”

David Spiegelholder, a professor of statistics at the University of Cambridge, says: “The travel ban will slow the spread of the virus, but it will not stop it from reaching Omigron.”

There have been 246 reported cases of Omicron infection in the UK so far. Here the government has re-mandated the wearing of masks in public places and talked about giving a booster dose of corona vaccine to all adults.

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