The Kerala government has announced a night curfew to control the spread of omega-3 infections.
The impact of omega in India is slowly increasing. So far in a total of 19 states, 578 people have been affected by the omega-3 infection.
A maximum of 141 people in Maharashtra, followed by 142 in Delhi, have been affected by omega. 41 were affected in Telangana, 34 in Tamil Nadu, 31 in Karnataka, 49 in Gujarat, 57 in Kerala and 43 in Rajasthan.
Following this, various states have again imposed night curfews to prevent the spread of omega. The federal government has said that it is up to the state governments to control the spread of corona and omega-3 viruses and to study the environment and, if necessary, impose restrictions at the local or district level.
In this situation, the Kerala government has implemented a night curfew for four days from the 30th to the 2nd of January. The curfew will be in effect from 10 pm to 5 am on these days. The public is urged to avoid unnecessary travel at this particular time.
Omicron, the mutant corona virus that was first detected in South Africa at the end of last November, has now spread to more than 150 countries around the world.
The average person in the United States suffers from corona every day up to ninety million. In countries like Britain, Denmark and Portugal Omicron diffusion it is too much.
In this case, 578 people in India from December 2 to date Omicron infection Has been confirmed. Thus far, more than eight states, including Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Haryana, have implemented night curfews, and now Kerala has joined the ranks.