India Covid Live: India also reported four new four Covid cases of Omicron subvariant BF.7 This is believed to be the cause of the current surge in China in Covid cases.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi will review the situation pertaining to Covid 19 and other related issues in the country during an all-level meeting this afternoon according to sources with NDTV. The meeting was called following the discovery of four new Covid cases of the subvariant Omicron BF.7 that is thought to be the cause of the current increase in China’s Covid cases, was reported in China.
India today announced 185 fresh coronavirus-related infections, while active cases fell to 3,402.
The total of Covid cases was 4.46 million (4,46,76,515). The death rate is 5,30,681 and one death recorded from Delhi within the past 24 hours, the information was is updated as of 8 AM.
The active cases account for 0.01 percent of total number of infections, and the recovery rate for COVID-19 in the nation has increased to 98.80 percent according to the ministry’s website.COVID-19 Uttarakhand will soon issue a new SOP
The Uttarakhand government is working to release a new set of operating procedures for standard operating procedures on COVID-19 that is based on the Center’s guidelines after a sudden increase in cases in certain countries the Health Minister Dhan Singh Rawat told reporters on Wednesday. The sudden increase in positive cases across countries like those in the US, Japan, Korea, Brazil and China has raised concerns among Indian officials.
The Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan has sent a circular to all states as well as Union Territories, emphasising on whole genome sequencing for positive patients to learn about the new variations of the virus.India COVID case: Mamata Banerjee asks health officials to create a an expert panel, and monitor COVID-19’s conditions
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee expressed her concern about the increase in cases of COVID-19 in China and suggested health officials form an expert committee to monitor the situation. Mamata Banerjee in a meeting with the State Secretariat on Wednesday inquired about whether one of the reporters were wearing masks, something that has become rare in the state. the cabinet minister Arup Biswas later informed her that the cases were rising in China.
“Is there a new variant of coronavirus in China? But they (China) have not imposed anything (restriction). I will ask the health department to keep a tab on the situation,” she added.Maharashtra health minister calls on municipalities and civic institutions to boost COVID-19 tests
The Maharashtra health department has requested all district administrations as well as municipal corporations to boost COVID-19 test results.
While the rate of fatalities and hospitalisation rate are declining in Maharashtra COVID-19 cases are increasing in certain countries, a press release announced on Wednesday.
In light of this the Minister of health Tanaji Sawant instructed every district to follow the five points of the program -testing, tracking treatment, vaccinate, and treat (ensure) COVID-19-adequate behavior.
JUST In The Premier Narendra Modi will review the situation surrounding Covid 19 and other related issues within the country during an all-party meeting this afternoon Sources told NDTV.
In India, we have enough evidence to show that people who recover from Covid are most secure. It is essential to keep track of all variants.But it’s likely that we’ll experience any serious issues because of the virus in the present times, according to Dr. Sanjay Rai, Senior Epidemiologist, AIIMS Delhi, according to the news agency ANI.
Four instances that are BF.7 variant of Omicron that is responsible for the enormous Covid increase in China is being observed within Gujarat in Gujarat and Odisha.
India has reported 131 COVID-19 cases over the last 24 hours increasing the number of cases up to 4,46,763,330. The number of cases that are active decreased to 3,408 cases on Wednesday, according to Union health ministry’s data.
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