Omicron India News Live Updates: 23 Cases of Omicron Variants Across India, Standing Committee Health Officials Tell


Senior health ministry officials on Thursday informed a parliamentary panel that there were 23 cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 and that authorities are closely monitoring the situation, government sources said. Maharashtra leads the table with 10 cases, followed by Rajasthan with nine, officials told the panel during the presentation, adding that there were 2,303 cases of the Omicron variant globally, the sources said.

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5 foreign returnees tested positive for Covid in Patna

The head of the Patna Civil Surgeon’s Office said two of the passengers had arrived from Singapore, while the other three were from Nepal.

Ministers pay tribute to Brigadier LS Lidder in Brar Square, Delhi Cantt

PM Modi to inaugurate the national Saryu Nahar project in Balrampur, UP on December 11

“The Saryu Nahar National Project was built at a cost of over Rs 9,800 crore, of which over Rs 4,600 crore has been provisioned in the past 4 years. It also involves the interconnection of 5 rivers – Ghaghara, Saryu, Rapti, Banganga and Rohini to ensure the optimal use of the region’s water resources, ”PMO said.

Rajasthan: Omicron’s nine patients test negative for COVID, discharged from Jaipur hospital

The nine patients infected with the Omicron variant of the coronavirus and admitted to a hospital in Jaipur, tested negative for COVID on Thursday. All nine patients were released from RUHS hospital after their test results came back negative.

The last rites of General CDS Rawat and 11 other soldiers will be celebrated today

Bird flu cases reported in Alappuzha, Kerala

Cases of bird flu were confirmed on Thursday in the Kuttanad region of Alappuzha district. The cases were confirmed in ward number 10 of Thakazhi gram panchayat.

Happy to have participated in the Summit for Democracy at the invitation of US President Biden. As the world’s largest democracy, India stands ready to work with our partners to strengthen democratic values ​​globally, including in multilateral fora.

– PM Modi

At least 49 people killed in road accident with trailer in Mexico

At least 49 people, mostly migrants from Central America, have died in a trailer crash in southern Mexico’s Chiapas state, officials in one of the world’s worst road accidents said Thursday to have hit the country in recent years.

Delhi AQI currently at 293 – in the “poor” category – according to SAFAR-India

Edelweiss rejects Tokio offer for majority stake in JV insurance

Indian financial services group Edelweiss has turned down an offer from Japanese partner Tokio Marine to take over the ten-year-old Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance (ETLI) joint venture.

Project ready, J&K delineation panel may request seats for Pandits

Making significant progress, the delineation panel for Jammu and Kashmir has almost finalized its “first document” – a draft proposal for constituency allocation – and will share it soon with associate members, ET learned.

General CDS Rawat survived a helicopter crash in Nagaland six years ago

India’s first chief of staff and longest-serving four-star officer General Bipin Rawat, who died in a helicopter crash in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu on Wednesday, narrowly escaped six years ago when his helicopter Cheetah crashed in Nagaland in February 2015.

COVID-19: Amid Omicron Fear, India Extends International Flight Ban, Cargo Operations Continue

The Civil Aviation Authority (DGCA) office on Thursday announced that restrictions on scheduled international commercial passenger services to and from India would not apply to international all-cargo operations and flights specifically approved by the DGCA.

Goa’s first slate of election candidates to be announced soon: P Chidambaram

Former Union Minister and Congress Leader P Chidambaram said Thursday that the first slate of candidates for Goa’s election slated for next year will be announced shortly.

In view of the Omicron variant, we have prepared a special room equipped with a ventilator and an oxygen carrier. We have enough medicine, ventilators to deal with the situation.

– Dr Ranjan Iyer, Medical Director of SSG Hospital, Vadodara

“United Nations General Assembly grants observer status to the International Solar Alliance,” tweets Indian Ambassador to the United Nations TS Tirumurti

In accordance with SC instructions, we have provided details to the Disaster Management Authority. A total of 1,076 people have died from the Covid. An ex gratia amount of Rs 50,000 will be given to the closest relatives of people who died of the Covid.

– Yashpal Garg, Secretary of Health, Chandigarh

Omicron spreads faster, but may be less severe, researchers say

  • Omicron variant of COVID-19 spreads faster but is likely to be less severe, researchers in South Africa say
  • Covid-19 virus is spreading faster than ever in South Africa, an indication of how the new Omicron variant is behind the pandemic
  • There are early indications that Omicron may cause less severe disease than other forms of the virus, The New York Times reported
  • The researchers said their patients infected with the Omicron variant are much less sick than those they treated before.

US clears AstraZeneca’s Evusheld for COVID-19 pre-exposure prevention

Evusheld from AstraZeneca (Tixagevimab co-packaged with Cilgavimab), a combination of long-acting antibodies (LAAB), has received emergency use authorization (EUA) in the United States for pre-prophylaxis. exposure (prevention) of COVID-19, with first doses expected to be available very soon.

India removes Singapore from list of “at risk” countries

India has removed Singapore from its list of “at-risk” countries, requiring travelers to undergo additional measures upon arrival, including post-arrival testing.

No cases of Omicron variant of COVID-19 in Pakistan yet: Health authorities reject media reports

Hours after Pakistani media reported the country’s first case of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, health officials in the country said no cases of the new variant had yet been detected.

23 cases of Omicron variants across India, health officials notify standing committee

Senior health ministry officials on Thursday informed a parliamentary panel that there were 23 cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 and that authorities are closely monitoring the situation, government sources said.



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