There have been 781 Omicron cases: With 238 cases, Delhi leads the country, followed by Maharashtra with 167 cases.
In India, the number of people infected with the highly transmissible coronavirus variant Omicron has risen to 781. The strain of concern that was originally discovered in November in South Africa has now spread to 21 of the country’s provinces.
With 238 cases, Delhi has the highest Omicron count, followed by Maharashtra with 167 cases.
In the last 24 hours, India has reported 9,195 new COVID-19 cases, up 44% from the previous day’s 6,358 instances.
There have been 781 Omicron cases: In India, more than. 143 crore vaccine.
The current recovery rate is 98.40 percent, the best since March 2020.
In the previous 24 hours, at least 7,347 people have recovered. There have been 3,42,51,292 persons who have recovered.
Active cases make up less than 1% of total cases, with 0.22 percent being the lowest since March 2020.
There are currently 77,002 active cases. For the last 45 days, the weekly positivity rate of 0.68 percent has been less than 1%.
For the last 86 days, the daily positivity rate of 0.79 percent has been less than 2%.
The risk posed by the Omicron variety remains “very high,” according to the World Health Organization, as COVID-19 case counts increased by 11% globally last week. According to the WHO’s weekly epidemiological bulletin, Omicron is responsible for rapid viral surges in various countries, including some where it has already surpassed the formerly dominant Delta variant.
Early data from the United Kingdom, South Africa, and Denmark — which has the world’s highest infection incidence per person — revealed that Omicron had a lower risk of hospitalization than Delta.
However, more information was needed to fully comprehend Omicron’s severity in terms of clinical signs including oxygen usage, mechanical ventilation, and mortality.
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