New Delhi: Omicron A total of 115 people have died so far worldwide due to the impact. One death has been reported in India, Union Health Ministry Joint Secretary Lau Agarwal said on Wednesday.
There have been 1,94,720 new Govt infections in India in the last 24 hours. Of these, 442 deaths were reported in 24 hours, according to a statement from the Federal Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.
With this, the total number of Govt victims in the country is 3,60,70,510. The number of recipients of treatment was 9,55,319. The daily infection rate of corona virus in the country is 11.05 percent. Active corona infections accounted for 2.65 percent of all infections.
Attending a meeting on behalf of the health department, Lau Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Health, said:
“More than Delta, according to the World Health Organization Omicron Significantly increased. Data from South Africa, the UK, Canada and Denmark show that the risk of hospital admission for omega is lower compared to the delta.
The number of people receiving treatment for Govt infection in India today is 9,55,319. Maharashtra, West Bengal, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Kerala and Gujarat top the list of states with worst cases of Govt.
Among the states with the highest positive rates, Maharashtra has 22.39 per cent, West Bengal 32.18 per cent, Delhi 23.1 per cent and Uttar Pradesh 4.47 per cent.
Vulnerability has more than doubled in the past two weeks in eight countries in Europe World Health Organization Reported.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a review meeting on January 9 on the situation in Kovit-19. Since then, the Ministry of Health has revised the discharge policy for mild and moderate victims. Accordingly, at least seven days after a positive test and hospital treatment, mildly infected people are discharged and no tests are required unless there is an urgent need.
Thus said Lao Agarwal.