In the country, the risk of Omicron strains of the deadly corona virus is steadily increasing. The influence of this assessment is clearly obvious, since this variety spreads 5 times quicker than the delta variant. There have been 32 instances of this variation in the country thus far. In Maharashtra alone, 17 cases have been documented. Maharashtra is once again threatening, and this dread is spreading to Uttar Pradesh, where elections are being held in the country’s largest state.
In Maharashtra, the Corona era is reappearing
In Maharashtra, seven new Omicron patients have been identified.
In Maharashtra, a total of 11 Omicron cases have been discovered.
The most heavily inhabited community, Dharabi, sparked alarm.
In Dharabi, an Omicron patient was also discovered.
In Dharavi, a man from Tanzania was infected with Omicron. Three additional cases have been discovered in Mumbai, one of which involves a three-and-a-half-year-old girl. Following the advent of seven new instances in Maharashtra, the country currently has a total of 32 Omicron patients.
The Maharashtra government is on high alert
The Mumbai Police Department has banned processions, demonstrations, and all fronts because to the threat of Omicron. But, if rallies are banned in Mumbai, what about in Uttar Pradesh, where the political climate is heating up and the number of rallies going to the state is increasing? Despite the fact that Uttar Pradesh is in the midst of an election season, other states are enforcing their laws.
VK Paul issues a third-wave warning
VK Paul, a member of the NITI Aayog, has issued a warning regarding the third wave. The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a warning concerning the global nature of Omicron variations, according to VK Paul. The decreased use of face masks in India has been noted as a cause for concern in this circumstance. In response to the country’s fear of a third wave, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya stated in the Lok Sabha that a booster dose of the vaccination is being explored.