So far 238 Omicron cases in Delhi, 57 discharged: Jain
While assuring the people of Delhi, Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Tuesday stated that the Delhi government is prepared at every level to deal with corona.
“So far, 238 cases of Omicron have been reported in Delhi and majority of Omicron cases have been found in international travellers. After recovering, 57 of these people have returned home,” he said.
Jain stated that the government has increased our vaccination capacity and can now perform up to three lakh vaccinations per day.
Jain provided detailed information on the situation in Delhi regarding the new corona virus variant, Omicron. He stated that 238 Omicron cases had been reported in Delhi.
“57 of these patients have recovered and returned home. In Delhi, there are four Genome Sequencing Labs that are fully operational. Omicron variants are less severe and less lethal than Delta variants. People who come to Delhi from other countries are found to be the most infected with this variant. At the moment, no patient requires oxygen, and the majority of patients have only minor symptoms,” he said.
Preparations for administering vaccines to children and booster doses to the elderly beginning in the first week of January have been completed. He has appealed to everyone to panic in the face of Omicron, but exercise caution.