New Delhi | India Covid Latest Updates: The risk of infection is increasing with the knock of Omicron, a new variant of Corona in India. Due to which the smell of restrictions has intensified once again in the country. In all states, quarantine has been made mandatory for passengers coming from outside after checking at the airport. Meanwhile, the outbreak of Corona in the country also remains the same. Even today, a large number of deaths due to this infection have been reported in the country. In the last 24 hours, 391 people have died due to corona in the country, while 9 thousand 216 new cases have been reported.
India Covid Latest Updates: On the other hand, husband and wife and their two children who returned from South Africa to Jaipur in Rajasthan have also been found corona infected. Those who have been admitted to RUHS in Jaipur and their tests are being done.
Yesterday 73 lakh 67 thousand 230 corona doses were given across the country, after which 125 crore 75 lakh 5 thousand 514 doses of vaccine have been given in the country so far.
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Latest status of Corona in the country so far – India Covid Latest Update
Total deaths so far – 4 lakh 70 thousand 115
Total discharge till now – 3 crore 40 lakh 45 thousand 666
Total active cases now – 99 thousand 976
Total vaccination – 125 crore 75 lakh 5 thousand 514 doses
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Resumption of sanctions preparations
The health department’s concerns have increased with the entry of ‘Omicron’, the most dangerous variant of the corona virus so far in India. In view of the threat of Omicron, a new era of sanctions has started. Night curfew has been imposed in Dadra-Nagar Haveli and Daman Diu till December 31. In Delhi, preparations are being made to ban travel in the absence of both doses of vaccine in public places. The central government has appealed to everyone to strictly follow the Kovid protocols.