The number of cases of the fast-spreading Omicron coronavirus has risen to 213 across the country. The maximum number of new cases has been reported in Kerala, with 653 confirmed cases and three deaths. Maharashtra has the highest number of confirmed cases, with 108, while Delhi has the second highest at 79. Meanwhile, the state of Gujarat has the third highest, with 24 and Telangana. The states of Kerala and Telangana each recorded the most number of cases, with 14 and 15 respectively.
The Omicron tally in India has increased to 213 from the previous tally of 214. In the last 24 hours, Delhi and Maharashtra have reported the most cases, followed by Karnataka, Rajasthan, and Kerala. Odisha and Uttar Pradesh also reported cases, although they were not notified of them.
The Omicron coronavirus has caused six-hundred and twenty-seven deaths in India. During the past two days, India has reported a total of 2,317 cases of the virus. Currently, ninety people have recovered from the disease. During the last 24 hours, the Omicron tally has risen to 213 most cases.
After the Christmas holidays, India has banned celebrations in some cities due to the increasing numbers of the fast-spreading Omicron coronavirus. The number of cases in the country has jumped to 213 and the active case count has dropped to 78,190, the lowest since the outbreak began in November 2014. The death toll has risen to a staggering four lakhs.
The Omicron coronavirus in the Indian population has soared to 213 most cases in the country. According to the Union Health Ministry, 115 people recovered from the virus. The Omicron tally is a reflection of the number of cases in the nation. A single outbreak can lead to an epidemic, and the latest Omicron infection tally is the latest indication of this.
In the past 24 hours, the country has reported six,317 new cases of the virus, three deaths, and 6,906 recoveries. The current Omicron coronavirus tally in India stands at 213, making it the largest virus in the country. A further eight states in South Africa and the UK have reported a few of the variants of the virus.
The Omicron tally in India has reached the two-hundred-thousand mark, with over 200 cases in the last 24 hours. The virus has been reported in all six states and the UK tightens travel rules as a result of its spread. It also spreads to Zimbabwe, which has 50 confirmed cases.
Sources :- Escorts