The number of new cases of COVID-19 variant Omicron that were reported in Delhi has increased to 54 according to information shared from authorities from the Union Health Ministry on Tuesday. Certain details related to 45 of the cases in Delhi were shared by the authorities, however details about the remaining 9 cases are yet to be released.
According to reports, LNJP Hospital has reported 34 cases of the most recent coronavirus variant, from which 17 patients were discharged.The number of cases at the most prestigious Delhi government-run hospital, the heart of the battle against the pandemic as of Monday, was 24.Ten cases were reported at Max Hospital-Saket to date according to sources.
One case has been identified within Fortis Hospital here, another source said.On Monday, 93 new coronavirus cases were reported with a positive rates of 0.20 per cent.Sources on Monday night had stated that the Omicron number of cases in the city was 28.
It was reported that the Union Health Ministry on Tuesday announced that 200 cases of Omicron variant of coronavirus have been identified across 12 union territories and states in India to date, of which 77 have been cured and 77 have migrated.Maharashtra as well as Delhi have been able to identify 54 cases of each Omicron variant according to the report said.Delhi's first instance with Omicron variant Omicron version -- a 37-year-old male from Ranchi was discovered on the 5th of December.
He was discharged. Amid an increase instances of Omicron variant of coronavirus, which has been detected in Delhi doctors have advised that individuals should stay clear of any gatherings of any kind as it can be a very transmissible form and adhere to Covid-specific behaviors or else the condition could become worse.