Omicron India Latest Updates Show A Dip in The Cases

India Covid-19 Active Cases On Tuesday, January 18th, there were Omicron Variant Cases in India, Coronavirus 3rd Wave, Covid-19 Vaccine Dose Status, and Omicron Corona Cases. Updates include: The active caseload in the country is now 17,36,628, with a recovery rate of 94.09 percent. Let us know more about the Omicron India latest updates.

Omicron India Coronavirus News In Real Time

Fresh coronavirus instances decreased in India, with 2.38 lakh new cases reported in the last 24 hours ending at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, down 20,000 from the day before.

The active caseload in the country is now 17,36,628, with a recovery rate of 94.09 percent. The overall number of Omicron cases has risen to 8,891, an increase of 8.31% from yesterday.

What all is going on in the country? Omicron India latest updates

Here’s a breakdown of some of the most important Covid news: N Chandrababu Naidu, the former Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and current Leader of the Opposition in the state, said on Tuesday that he had Tested positive for Covid-19 and was experiencing minor symptoms. He wrote, “I have sequestered myself at home and am taking all required measures.”

Immunization of kids is a good step

Dr N K Arora the head of NTAGI’s Covid-19 working committee, said on Monday that India may start immunizing children in the 12-14 age bracket against Covid-19 in March because the 15-18 population is expected to be fully vaccinated by then. Read more about Omicron India latest updates.

Meanwhile, New coronavirus infections in Delhi have continued to decline this week. Although this is due to fewer tests completed on Sunday, as reported in the next day’s bulletin. According to Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai of Karnataka, the state’s cases may peak in the last week of January.

Latest updates from Maharashtra government

The Maharashtra Government sent a letter to the state’s district, civic, and Health Departments on Monday. It is advising them to use the oral antiviral medicine ‘Molnupiravir‘ with “abundant care and under particular situations”.

It is to be used for The treatment of symptomatic adult COVID-19 patients. In the letter, Dr. Pradeep Vyas, assistant chief secretary (health), urged district and civic officials to take Molnupiravir with “extreme care, in select cases, and at the maximum recommended dose.” Let us know about the Omicron India latest updates in your state in our comment box below.


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