So far 236 cases of ‘Omicron’ have been reported in the country

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Maharashtra has the most cases of the ‘Omicron’ format with 65, followed by Delhi with 64, Telangana with 24 cases, Rajasthan with 21 cases, Karnataka with 19 cases, and Kerala with 15 cases. In India, there have been 236 cases of ‘Omicron,’ a novel strain of coronavirus, with 104 persons becoming infection-free or migrating to other countries. There were 16 states and union territories where these instances were documented. According to the Union Health Ministry, Maharashtra has the most cases of the ‘Omicron’ kind, with 65 cases, followed by 64 in Delhi, 24 in Telangana, 21 in Rajasthan, 19 in Karnataka, and 15 in Kerala. The number of infected persons in the nation grew to 3,47,65,976 people, according to revised statistics given by the ministry at 8 a.m., after 7,495 new cases of covid-19 were recorded in a single day in India. Meanwhile, the number of patients undergoing treatment has risen to 78,291. The death toll rose to 4,78,759 with the death of 434 additional afflicted people.

According to the statistics, there have been less than 15 thousand daily instances of covid-19 across the nation for the past 56 days. The number of patients receiving treatment has risen to 78,291, accounting for 0.23 percent of all infection cases. This is the lowest rate seen since March 2020. In the previous 24 hours, the number of patients receiving treatment for covid-19 has increased by 101. Patients are recovering at a nationwide rate of 98.40 percent, the highest since March 2020.

Last year, the number of infected in the country surpassed 20 lakhs on August 7, 30 lakhs on August 23, and moreover 40 lakhs on September 5. At the same time, overall infection cases surpassed 50 lakh on September 16, 60 lakh on September 28, 70 lakh on October 11, 80 lakh on October 29, and 90 lakh on November 20. These instances reached one crore in the country on December 19, two crore on May 4 this year, and three crore on June 23.