10 New Omicron Cases in Delhi Brings Total Tally in the National Capital to 20 – New Delhi Times – India Only International Newspaper

On Friday, ten new individuals infected with the Omicron type were confirmed in Delhi, bringing the total number of cases to 20, This is the city’s highest number of Omicron cases detected in a single day. This comes a day after Delhi’s positivity rate hit 0.15 percent, the highest since June 28. India’s Omicron count came close to 100 (99 to be exact) when the 10 new cases of the novel coronavirus variant were reported from the nation’s capital, Delhi.

Meanwhile, 85 new Covid-19 cases were reported in Delhi on Thursday, the most in over four months, bringing the positive rate to 0.15 percent.  At least one crore of the almost 1.5 crore Delhi citizens eligible for the Covid-19 vaccine had got both doses.

Apart from Delhi, two more cases have been reported in Telangana, bringing the total number of cases in the state to eight.

On Thursday, 14 new cases of Omicron were reported across the country. Karnataka reported five new instances of the extensively modified form, whereas Delhi and Telangana both reported four new infections, and Gujarat only had one.

This is the second day in a row that Delhi’s Omicron tally has risen.

So far, Omicron infections have been reported in 11 states and union territories: Maharashtra has 32 cases, Rajasthan has 17, Delhi now has 20, Karnataka has eight instances, Gujarat and Kerala both have five, Telangana has one, and West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh, Chandigarh, and Tamil Nadu each have one.

For the fourth day in a row, India has been reporting Omicron instances. There were also 12 new Omicron infections found around the country on Tuesday and Wednesday.

On December 2, two persons – a 66-year-old and a 46-year-old male – tested positive for the Omicron strain in Bengaluru, marking India’s first batch of Omicron cases.

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