World Health Organization worries over rising Omiron cases

Several research scholars have planned to vaccinate the children in India with double doses

The new variant of Covid, Omicron having the capacity of rapidly multiplying has been a matter of fear and panic.
In India, the total of infected cases of Omicron has risen to 23 in only 24 hours. Omicron has entered several states like Delhi, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Karnataka.
Two were being identified carrying the virus in Mumbai and Karnataka, one in Jamnagar of Gujarat and 7 in Pune. The seven people who are affected in Pune belong to the same family.
Similarly, 7 people have been infected in Jaipur after they attended a marriage in Delhi.
Responding to the current situation of Covid in the state, the Karnataka Government said that they will be forced to impose lockdown if situations worsen. The Karnataka Government has also started door-to-door vaccination services.
Responding to the current situation of Covid in the state, the Karnataka Government said that they will be forced to impose lockdown if situations worsen. The Karnataka Government has also started door-to-door vaccination services.
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Health researchers around the globe are very tense regarding the health conditions of the children as the deadly Omicron virus has affected a lot of children below 9 years of age. The affected children show severe symptoms of this variant.
Booster doses will be given to the seniors and double doses of vaccines to be given to the children soon. Children vaccination has been started in America, Argentina, Cuba, Colombia, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Canada Greece, Italy and Spain.
The research scholars in Britain also gear up to protect the children by double vaccinating them. The World Health Organization has expressed their concern over this variant as reports have come forward that this variant is so powerful that it can even spread from one closed room to the other.
This fact has been released in the 'Journal of Emerging Infection Disease'.



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