- Corona cases in the world have increased by 11 percent in Omicron’s Mahalhar
- WHO warns that the threat posed by Omicron variants is ‘very high’
- Due to Omicron, the number of corona cases has increased very rapidly in many countries of the world.
Corona infection cases have increased by 11 percent in the last one week in the world battling the havoc of Omicron. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the risk posed by Omicron variants is still ‘very high’. Due to Omicron, the number of corona cases has increased very rapidly in many countries of the world. The WHO said that cases continue to rise in countries where Omicron has overtaken the delta variant.
The WHO said in its weekly update, ‘The threat to the new variant Omicron is still very high. Continuing evidence suggests that the Omicron variant is spreading faster than the delta variant and is doubling in just two to three days. Due to this speed, there has been a rapid increase in corona cases in many countries of the world. Britain and America are also included in these countries, where it has also left behind the Delta.
29% drop in corona cases in South Africa
However, giving a relief news, the global agency said that there has been a 29 percent decline in corona cases in South Africa. The Omicron variant was first reported in South Africa on 24 November. It said that preliminary data coming from Britain, South Africa and Denmark suggest that the risk of hospitalization for Omicron infection is lower than Delta. The WHO said that more data is still needed.
Meanwhile, China reported 200 new Covid-19 cases in the last 24 hours with 162 domestic transmissions, the biggest daily increase in nearly 20 months. Global Times has given this information. Of the 162 domestic cases, 150 were reported in Xi’an, the capital of Shanxi province. From December 9 to Monday, the total number of confirmed cases in Xi’an stood at 635. Xi’an Health Commission deputy director Zhang Bo gave this information at a press conference on Monday.
Kovid outbreak spread in many cities of China
Xi’an on Monday launched a new round of home nucleic acid testing of 12 million people, and tightened its lockdown by requiring all its residents to stay at home to guarantee the accuracy of test results. The report said that the city has been closed since December 23, but each family can send one person out once every two days to shop for daily necessities. The COVID outbreak has spread to several cities in China, including Dongguan, Guangdong province and Beijing, where the 2022 Winter Olympics will begin on February 4.
Corona cases in Britain more than 12 million
In Britain, 98,515 new cases of corona virus were reported in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of cases in the country to 12 million. These figures have been shared by health officials. There have been 143 deaths due to corona in the country in the last 24 hours, due to which the number of deaths has increased to 148,003. According to figures released on Monday, England had the highest daily number of corona cases ever on Christmas Day. A total of 113,628 new cases were reported on 25 December, two days after breaking the previous record of 107,055 cases of Corona.
WHO calls Omicron more at risk