The cases of new ‘Omicron’ variants of corona are increasing rapidly in the country and in view of these cases, the government is also preparing and giving repeated warnings. Let us tell you that the Central as well as the State Governments have become alert regarding Corona and in the midst of all this, the Central Government has once again warned about the danger of ‘Omicron’. In fact, recently the central government said, ‘Omicron variant of the virus is not a common cold-cough and it cannot be taken lightly. People need to be alert and get vaccinated. Along with this, it has also been said that ‘people will have to keep adopting Kovid friendly behavior’.
Apart from this, the government says that, ‘The weekly infection rate in testing of corona virus samples in about 300 districts of India is 5 percent. Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala and Gujarat are emerging as states of concern. Yes, Joint Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Luv Agarwal said in the press conference that, ‘India has seen a rapid increase in Kovid-19 infection and the rate of infection in the samples tested increased from 1.1 percent on 30 December to 11.05 percent’. Is. on Wednesday. it’s done. He further said that, ‘Covid cases are increasing rapidly all over the world and the highest number of cases in a single day in the whole world so far came on January 10, whose number was 31.59 lakh.
At present, the weekly infection rate in India’s 300 districts is more than 5 per cent, the official said. Along with this, he also told that, ‘Currently the number of patients under treatment of Kovid-19 in 19 states of the country is more than 10,000 and in Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala. And Gujarat has more than 10,000 cases of Kovid. With increasing emphasis on the importance of vaccination emerging as a matter of concern, the official quoted the World Health Organization as saying that the effect of the vaccine appears to be significant in terms of hospitalization of patients.