Omicron in Mumbai: The growing case of Amicron in India has once again intensified the possibility of a third wave of Corona in the country. The administration is concerned about the growing number of cases. The number of coronaviruses is steadily rising in many states, from Delhi to Mumbai. According to the health report, 1377 new cases have been registered in Mumbai in the last 24 hours. One patient died there.
In the wake of the fast-growing case, state Environment Minister Aditya Thackeray will hold a meeting with BMC officials today at 1 p.m. The meeting will be held at the BMC headquarters. Thackeray can discuss many issues here, such as stopping the growing case of Corona. According to information received, BMC Commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal will also be present at the meeting. Thackeray will review the preparations being made here to curb the growing Omicron and Corona cases in the city and also discuss the strategy ahead.
Meanwhile, night curfew is in force across the state, including Mumbai, due to the new form of Kovid Omicron. Due to which the celebration of the last day of the year is going to be very faded this year.
Omicron has 128 new cases in the country
We would like to inform you that the cases of Omicron, a new form of Corona, are also increasing very fast in the country. According to the report, the threat of Omicron is increasing in the country. This new form of corona has reached 21 states of the country. In the last 24 hours, Omicron has found 128 new patients. Since then, the total number of Omicron patients in the country has stood at 61. However, 241 patients of Omicron also recovered after the treatment. The national capital, Delhi, has the highest number of cases, followed by Maharashtra at number two.
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