Omicron India UK Update: Covid 19 Omicron Virus Havoc Worldwide Community Spread Started In UK Cases Increased Five Times In South Africa

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  • The Omicron variant of the corona virus started from South Africa is rapidly spreading all over the world.
  • UK Health Minister has admitted that Omicron’s communist spread has started in England
  • 90 new cases of Omicron have been reported in the UK in the last 24 hours, taking its total to 336.

The Omicron variant of the corona virus, which started from South Africa, has now started spreading rapidly all over the world. UK Health Minister Sajid Javid has admitted in Parliament that the communist spread of Omicron variants has started in England. In the UK in the last 24 hours, 90 new cases of Omicron Corona variant have been reported, taking its total number to 336. At the same time, in South Africa too, the cases of corona have increased 5 times.

In Britain, 64 new cases of Omicron variants have been reported in England, 23 in Scotland and 3 in Wales. No cases of Omicron have yet been confirmed in Northern Ireland. Professor Paul Hunter, an expert in infectious diseases at the University of East Anglia, told the BBC that the Omicron variant could spread faster than the dominant delta variant within weeks. He said the new variant was spreading more rapidly than the ‘delta variant’, while officials in South Africa, where the variant was first detected, said cases had risen sharply.
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41 deaths due to corona virus in UK in last 24 hours
According to official figures released on Monday, 51,459 new cases of corona were reported in Britain in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of corona virus cases in the country to 10,515,239. There were 41 deaths due to corona virus in the country in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of deaths to 145,646. These figures only include those who died within 28 days of their first positive test. In the UK, about 89 percent of people 12 years of age and older have received their first dose of vaccine and about 81 percent have received both, according to new data. More than 35 percent have received a booster dose or a third dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

Omicron cases increase fivefold in South Africa
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has said that a fourth wave of COVID-19 was anticipated and a new Omicron form was inevitable. Ramaphosa said the increase in infections is a matter of ‘concern’. There has been a five-fold increase in the number of daily cases of infection in the last one week, with nearly a quarter of the total samples tested for COVID-19 being found infected. Two weeks ago, only two percent of the people tested were getting infected.

Ramaphosa said in his weekly newspaper to the nation, ‘The increase in cases of infection is a matter of great concern but we must remember that we anticipated it. The pathologists in our country told us that we would face a fourth wave around this time and it was almost inevitable that new forms of the virus would emerge. He said, ‘As the country moves towards the fourth wave of Kovid-19, we are experiencing a rate of infection growth that we have not seen since the start of the pandemic. The Omicron form, brought to global attention by South African scientists about two weeks ago, is the cause of most new infections.

26.63 crore cases of corona virus worldwide
Meanwhile, global corona virus cases have increased to 26.63 crores. So far, more than 52.6 lakh people have died due to this epidemic, while more than 8.21 billion have been vaccinated. These figures have been shared by Johns Hopkins University. He said that the current global cases, deaths and total number of vaccinations have increased to 266,396,192, 5,261,867 and 8,217,801,359 respectively. According to CSSE, the US remains the worst-affected country with the world’s highest number of cases and deaths at 49,278,240 and 789,742.

India is the second most affected country in corona cases where there are 34,641,561 cases of corona infections while 473,537 people have died, followed by Brazil with 22,147,476 cases of corona infections while 615,744 people have died. According to CSSE data, the other most affected countries with more than 5 million cases are the UK (10,574,291), Russia (9,661,865), Turkey (8,923,120), France (8,021,594), Germany (6,219,259), Iran (6,137,821), Argentina (5,343,153). , Spain (5,202,958), Italy (5,118,576) and Colombia (5,082,762). The countries that have crossed the death toll of more than 100,000 are Mexico (295,203), Russia (276,979), Peru (201,379), UK (146,097), Indonesia (143,876), Italy (134,287), Iran (130,277). ), Colombia (128,821), France (120,522), Argentina (116,680) and Germany (103,240).

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Omicron variant is spreading rapidly around the world


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