27553 new cases of corona in last 24 hours, 1525 cases of Omicron variant in the country so far
According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health, the number of cases of Omicron variant in the country has increased to 1525 on Sunday. The Health Ministry said that so far 23 states and union territories have registered new cases of Omicron.
Omicron has now gained momentum in the country. In the cases of Omicron, new cases of corona are also increasing rapidly. According to the latest data from the Ministry of Health, the number of cases of Omicron variant in the country has increased to 1,525 on Sunday. The Health Ministry said that so far 23 states and union territories have registered new cases of Omicron. The ministry said that 560 people infected with Omicron have either recovered, or have left the country. Maharashtra and Delhi have reported maximum cases of Omicron.
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Maharashtra and Delhi have the highest number of cases of Omicron. The cases of Omicron variant in Maharashtra are 460. While 351 in Delhi, 136 in Gujarat, 117 in Tamil Nadu, 109 in Kerala, 69 in Rajasthan, 67 in Telangana, 63 in Haryana, 64 in Karnataka, 17 in Andhra Pradesh, 20 in West Bengal, 14 in Odisha, Madhya Pradesh There are 9 cases in Uttar Pradesh, 8 in Uttarakhand, 3 in Chandigarh, 3 in Jammu and Kashmir, 2 in Andaman and Nicobar, 1 in Goa, 1 in Himachal Pradesh, 1 in Ladakh, 1 in Manipur and 1 in Punjab. .
Corona infected figure crosses 27,553 thousand
The Health Ministry said that 27,553 new cases of corona were reported in India on Sunday and the death toll increased further after the death of 284 more people. 9249 patients were discharged during the last 24 hours. At present, the number of active cases in the country has increased to 1,22,801.
Center told states to increase health facilities
In view of the increasing cases of Kovid-19, the central government has warned that the pressure on health infrastructure may increase in the coming days. In such a situation, the Center has advised the states to increase the number of temporary hospitals with health facilities. The Health Ministry has also suggested states to constitute special teams to monitor patients in home isolation.