New Omicrom Variant Cases in Gujarat Covid Update


According to the latest news, a new coronavirus case in Gujarat was detected with a new omicron variant in Gujarat’s second district region Rajkot for the new variant. As a Tanzania student 17 years old comes India to arrived RK University, confirmed the case of omicron contracted. Another case is a 45-year-old NRI who comes from London, the UK also tested positive at Ahmedabad Airport.

Omicron cases getting increasing day by day, spread already in 11 territories including Gujarat, Kerala, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Rajasthan, Delhi, Chandigarh, Maharashtra, West Bengal, and Karnataka.

When Tanzania national had landed on the Ahmedabad Airport on 12 Dec get tested as usual on the airport and leave for the RK University with his one friend. After the test gets positive the test sends to the health department of Rajkot District as result tested positive for the viral disease. Later the reports said the boy is infected by the newly detected virus omicron then informed him and he is scheduled to visit the Anand city from Ahmedabad After that the boy has to be taken to the Ahmedabad civil hospital for treatment. Now he is recovering at the hospital.

Another state Delhi also reported new cases of omicron variant approx 22 cases detected, for now, The Government also taking the steps to detect the random covid testing on the public places like metro stations, markets, and tourist spots. They are also trying to people get vaccinated as much as possible. Also maintaining the distance and covid protocol for stoping the variant to get spread.

Karnataka also detected six more cases, As there is also a passenger coming from the UK and the other five from the covid cluster in the education institution in Dakshina Kannada District.

Telangana jumped from eight cases to direct 20 cases of a covid new variant including Karnataka and Kerala reporting six and four cases.

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