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Omicron Variant: Scrutinization Of Foreign Returnees Underway In Odisha

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Omicron Variant: Scrutinization Of Foreign Returnees Underway In Odisha

Bhubaneswar: The authorities of Odisha is on excessive alert regarding the current Covid-19 variant ‘Omicron’ which has already began spreading its tentacles in India.
The international vacationers and international nation returnees arriving in Bhubaneswar are being scrutinized on the Biju Patnaik International Airport upon arrival.
The vacationers arriving from abroad nations ought to keep in seven day quarantine and 7 day  commentary suggested the Public Health Director of Odisha. 
The Health Director additional cautioned that, ” The locals ought to inform the native administration concerning the returnees.” in order that the tracing may be executed and the unfold of the virus may be contained within the preliminary part. 
It is noteworthy that, the Delhi authorities has confirmed its first Omicron case, taking the variety of instances of this new variant of Covid-19 within the nation to 5.
The affected person has returned from Tanzania and now admitted to the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash (LNJP) hospital.
Delhi minister Satyender Jain has confirmed the primary case of the Omicron variant.
Till now, 17 individuals who have examined constructive for Covid-19 has been admitted to the LNJP hospital. informs Jain.
This is the fifth case of Omicron reported within the India. The first two instances had been reported in Karnataka. The third and fourth case had been reported from Gujarat Jamnagar and Maharashtra’s Bombivli respectively.
Earlier, Delhi chief minister has urged PM Narendra Modi to cease the worldwide flights in view of the brand new variant of Covid-19 Omicron.
The new variant of Covid-19 was first reported to the World Health Organisation (WHO) from South Africa on November 25.
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