Omicron In India : Tally Crosses 1000; Before New Year Celebration, States Further Tighten Measures, Lockdown, Restrictions To Deal With Surge In Coronavirus Cases

Summary

According to the latest data available from the Center and states on Thursday night, the total number of Omicron cases in the country stood at around 1200. In Mumbai alone, 190 Omicron cases have been reported.

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The number of cases of the new variant Omicron of Corona in the country has crossed 1000. Due to this, the new year of this time is going to be dull as many state governments have imposed some restrictions related to Kovid for people attending the New Year celebrations. At the same time, the states further tightened the measures to deal with the increasing cases of Omicron.

New year will be faded in Delhi
Delhi’s name tops the strictest Kovid restrictions imposed in view of the new year 2022. The national capital has issued a yellow alert due to the rise in Omicron cases. Night curfew has been imposed in the city from 10 pm to 5 am in view of no corona explosion on New Year. In addition, restaurants, bars and public transport will be operated with 50 per cent seating capacity.

Meanwhile, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that Omicron is slowly spreading in the community and Omicron variant has been found in 46 per cent of the samples of routine COVID cases analyzed in the national capital.

Section 144 imposed in Mumbai on New Year
The new variant of corona, Omicron, has started spreading rapidly in Maharashtra. In view of this, the Maharashtra Police has imposed Section 144 in the capital Mumbai. After imposing Section 144, now during the New Year celebrations in the metropolis, the police banned New Year celebrations, parties in any closed or open place including restaurants, hotels, bars, pubs, resorts and clubs from December 30 to January 7. Is.

Night curfew in Karnataka, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and UP on New Year
To prevent the fast-spreading new variant Omicron, many states have imposed night curfew in the state from 11 pm to 5 am as a precaution. These include Karnataka, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and UP etc. Also, in view of the new year, only DJs, clubs, restaurants and pubs will be opened in the states with only 50 percent capacity.

According to the latest data available from the Center and states on Thursday night, the total number of Omicron cases in the country stood at around 1,200. The state health department said in a release that Maharashtra has reported 198 new cases, of which 190 are in Mumbai alone. With this, the number of these cases in the state increased to 450.

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Delhi has 263 cases, followed by Maharashtra with 252, Gujarat (97), Rajasthan (69), Kerala (65) and Telangana with 62 cases, the Union Health Ministry said on Thursday. have been found in the territories.

The Goa government has decided to test all international passengers, including those traveling from non-high risk countries, for COVID-19 upon arrival at the airport. Goa Health Minister Vishwajit Rane said on Twitter that the Goa government has now decided in public interest to test all international passengers.

After the sudden increase in the cases of corona in the country, the central government has warned eight states and union territories. The government on Thursday said the weekly increase and sharp jump in Maharashtra, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Karnataka and Gujarat has raised concerns. The government has said that eight districts have received more than 10 percent active cases in a week, while 14 districts have between 5 and 10 percent active cases.

At the same time, to prevent the spread of infection, the Union Health Ministry has written a letter to eight states asking them to speed up the investigation, strengthen the preparedness of hospitals, increase the scope and speed of corona vaccination as well as strictly implement the restrictions. .

Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has asked Delhi, Haryana, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka and Jharkhand to remain vigilant in view of recent domestic travel and weddings etc. More than 10,000 corona infected have been found in the country after 33 days. The ministry has asked to be cautious in view of the spurt in cases. The government quoted the World Health Organization as saying that it has been observed that the Omicron form is spreading twice as fast as Delta in two to three days.

90% of adults got their first dose
The government has said that so far 90 percent of the adult population in the country has been given the first dose of corona. At the same time, about 64 percent of the population has been fully immunized. The government has also said that with the precautionary dose, people will not suffer from the severity of the disease nor will they have to be hospitalised.

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The Dakshineswar Temple and Belur Math, the global headquarters of the Ramakrishna Mission, as well as major Shakti-peeth shrines Kalighat in Kolkata and Thanthania Temple in north Kolkata will remain closed for devotees on New Year’s Day. During the new year, there is a huge crowd of people in the temples. Due to this, this strict decision has been taken so that the corona does not spread.

Dakshineswar temple trustee Kushal Choudhary said on Thursday that the temple authorities were forced to take the decision as lakhs of devotees gather at the temple on January 1.

West Bengal has five Omicron cases, total number of 16
An official said on Thursday that five people who had recently returned to West Bengal from abroad have been found infected with Omicron. , With this, the state’s Omicron cases have risen to 16. He said the new Omicron patients included a five-year-old girl who had returned from Britain.

Flights from Britain, other countries at risk will not land in Bengal from 3
In view of the increasing cases of Omicron, West Bengal has banned flights from Britain and other countries at risk from January 3. Not a single flight from these countries will land at Kolkata airport till further orders. State Home Secretary BP Gopalika has also informed the Union Aviation Ministry about this decision of the state government. So far 11 Omicron cases have been found in West Bengal.

Keeping in view the spurt in Omicron cases in the national capital, Delhi Police has issued COVID guidelines to ensure security on New Year’s Eve. Delhi Police said in its statement that strict action will be taken against those who violate the guidelines.

Delhi Police spokesperson Chinmoy Biswal said night curfew should be strictly followed and intensive patrolling should be done in areas like Connaught Place, Chanakyapuri, Hauz Khas among others. All these places are known as party hubs. Police said those who drive under the influence of alcohol or harass women will be prosecuted.

He also said that special teams of men and women personnel in plain clothes have been deployed in the national capital to ensure the safety of women. He said that around 800 police personnel have been deployed in the New Delhi area alone, mostly in Connaught Place, Chanakpuri and Janpath.

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Scope

The number of cases of the new variant Omicron of Corona in the country has crossed 1000. Due to this, the new year of this time is going to be dull as many state governments have imposed some restrictions related to Kovid for people attending the New Year celebrations. At the same time, the states further tightened the measures to deal with the increasing cases of Omicron.

New year will be faded in Delhi

Delhi’s name tops the strictest Kovid restrictions imposed in view of the new year 2022. The national capital has issued a yellow alert due to the rise in Omicron cases. Night curfew has been imposed in the city from 10 pm to 5 am in view of no corona explosion on New Year. In addition, restaurants, bars and public transport will be operated with 50 per cent seating capacity.

Meanwhile, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that Omicron is slowly spreading in the community and Omicron variant has been found in 46 per cent of the samples of routine COVID cases analyzed in the national capital.

Section 144 imposed in Mumbai on New Year

The new variant of corona, Omicron, has started spreading rapidly in Maharashtra. In view of this, the Maharashtra Police has imposed Section 144 in the capital Mumbai. After imposing Section 144, now during the New Year celebrations in the metropolis, the police banned New Year celebrations, parties in any closed or open place including restaurants, hotels, bars, pubs, resorts and clubs from December 30 to January 7. Is.

Night curfew in Karnataka, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and UP on New Year

To prevent the fast-spreading new variant Omicron, many states have imposed night curfew in the state from 11 pm to 5 am as a precaution. These include Karnataka, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and UP etc. Also, in view of the new year, only DJs, clubs, restaurants and pubs will be opened in the states with only 50 percent capacity.

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