Coronavirus India Live Updates In Hindi Coronavirus India Report Covid 19 Updates Cases Of 7 December 2021 Tuesday – India Coronavirus Update: Two cases of Omicron were reported in Mumbai, 10 in Maharashtra

So far, the number of people who have recovered from corona across the country has increased to 3,40,69,608.

India Coronavirus Update: In Mumbai, two people who returned from abroad last month have been found infected with the Omicron form of the corona virus. These are the first cases of this new form of virus in the capital of Maharashtra. Now the total cases in the state have increased to 10 due to this nature. In a release issued by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, it was said that a person who returned from South Africa was in contact with another person who had returned from America and both have been found to be Omicron. It was told in the release that both these persons have taken both the doses of the anti-Covid-19 vaccine.

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Monitoring the situation of ‘Omicron’ in Delhi, no possibility of lockdown: Satyendar Jain

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Monday that the state government is closely monitoring the situation arising out of the emergence of the new form of Kovid-19 ‘Omicron’. The minister has also ruled out the possibility of imposing a lockdown in the city. Interacting with reporters, Jain said that the government has already prepared a “graded response action plan” and it will be implemented when the cases and infection rate increase. (Language)

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