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 Omicron in India: The cases of Omicron variant of coronavirus rose to 21 in India after the new variant was found in 17 more people on Sunday. Among the new cases, nine were detected in Jaipur, seven in Pune and one in Delhi. The person who came to Delhi from Tanzania, who tested positive for Omicron variant, was fully vaccinated. So far, Omicron variant cases have been reported in Karnataka, Gujarat, Delhi and Rajasthan.


Maharashtra revises rates of RT-PCR tests at private labs; fixes Rs 700 for home sample

The Maharashtra government has revised rates for COVID-19 RT-PCR tests conducted at private laboratories, Health Minister Rajesh Tope said on Monday, adding that Rs 350 will be charged for samples taken from collection centres.

NYC to impose vaccine mandate for all private-sector employers from December 27

New York City to impose a vaccine mandate for all private-sector employers from December 27 as a preemptive measure to combat the resurge of coronavirus.

7 people test positive for Covid-19 at a college in Mangalore

Seven people have tested positive for Covid-19 at a college in Mangalore. They have been isolated. 173 people have been tested so far. The college has been declared as a containment zone.

Two more cases of Omicron variant detected in Mumbai

Two more people have been found to be infected with the Omicron variant. The state tally of Omicron variant cases has reached 10.

85% of eligible population of India inoculated with first dose of Covid-19 vaccine: Union Health Minister

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said that 85% of the eligible population of India has been inoculated with the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Booster dose is really a priority for people who have been vaccinated early on: Prof Gautam Menon

Prof Gautam Menon has said, "I think booster dose is really a priority for people who have been vaccinated early on, like health workers. It's important for people above 60 who may have comorbidities. But for the rest of the population, one could wait."







Omicron in India LIVE Updates: Two more cases of Omicron variant of Covid-19 detected in Mumbai

 Omicron in India: The cases of Omicron variant of coronavirus rose to 21 in India after the new variant was found in 17 more people on Sunday. Among the new cases, nine were detected in Jaipur, seven in Pune and one in Delhi. The person who came to Delhi from Tanzania, who tested positive for Omicron variant, was fully vaccinated. So far, Omicron variant cases have been reported in Karnataka, Gujarat, Delhi and Rajasthan.


Maharashtra revises rates of RT-PCR tests at private labs; fixes Rs 700 for home sample

The Maharashtra government has revised rates for COVID-19 RT-PCR tests conducted at private laboratories, Health Minister Rajesh Tope said on Monday, adding that Rs 350 will be charged for samples taken from collection centres.

NYC to impose vaccine mandate for all private-sector employers from December 27

New York City to impose a vaccine mandate for all private-sector employers from December 27 as a preemptive measure to combat the resurge of coronavirus.

7 people test positive for Covid-19 at a college in Mangalore

Seven people have tested positive for Covid-19 at a college in Mangalore. They have been isolated. 173 people have been tested so far. The college has been declared as a containment zone.

Two more cases of Omicron variant detected in Mumbai

Two more people have been found to be infected with the Omicron variant. The state tally of Omicron variant cases has reached 10.

85% of eligible population of India inoculated with first dose of Covid-19 vaccine: Union Health Minister

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said that 85% of the eligible population of India has been inoculated with the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Booster dose is really a priority for people who have been vaccinated early on: Prof Gautam Menon

Prof Gautam Menon has said, "I think booster dose is really a priority for people who have been vaccinated early on, like health workers. It's important for people above 60 who may have comorbidities. But for the rest of the population, one could wait."







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