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Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India Reports 3rd Omicron Case; Delhi Registers 51 New Covid-19 Infections

Coronavirus LIVE Updates: India Reports 3rd Omicron Case; Delhi Registers 51 New Covid-19 Infections

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News18.com | December 04, 2021, 17:31 IST Coronavirus LIVE Updates: A 72-year-old man has been found infected with the Omicron variant of coronavirus in Jamnagar city of Gujarat following his return from Zimbabwe, the state health department said on Saturday. The sample of the elderly man was sent for Read More Key EventsKey Events Govt Writes to These States Over Rising Weekly Positivity Rates Delhi Reports 51 New Covid-19 Cases, Active Cases at 322 Third Case of Omicron Reported from Jamnagar in Gujarat India Reports 8,603 New Cases,415 Deaths in Last 24 Hrs Omicron 'Suspects' in Mumbai Upto 14 Live Feed Highlights Dec 04, 2021 17:31 IST Govt Writes to These States Over Rising Weekly Positivity Rates The Union health ministry on Saturday wrote to Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Jammu and Kashmir, Odisha and Mizoram to take necessary steps under the ?Test-Track-Treat-Vaccinate-Covid Appropriate Behaviour? strategy to control the spread of COVID-19 and reduce fatality. The move comes in view of rising cases of the infection, weekly positivity rates and weekly deaths in some districts. Union Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan on Saturday said all states have been advised to undertake enhanced surveillance of international travellers, monitor emerging hotspots, prompt contact tracing of positive people, besides sending all positive samples for genome sequencing, early identification of cases and review of health infrastructure preparedness, and most importantly to focus on IEC and community sensitisation. Dec 04, 2021 17:05 IST Delhi Reports 51 New Covid-19 Cases, Active Cases at 322 Delhi reports 51 new #COVID19 cases, 61 recoveries and zero deaths in the last 24 hours. Total cases 14,41,295Total recoveries 14,15,875Death toll 25,098 Active cases 322 pic.twitter.com/2P3IGnlazv ? ANI (@ANI) December 4, 2021 Dec 04, 2021 16:58 IST Omicron: Gujarat CM Reviews Readiness of Health System at High-level Meet Gujarat CM Bhupendra Patel reviewed the readiness of state health system, at a high-level meeting. He instructed people to strictly implement new guidelines issued by the centre regarding Omicron variant in the state. ?Patel gave clear instructions to proceed with the strategy of tracing, testing, and treatment in positive cases. He also appealed to all citizens to use social distancing, masks to the fullest, urging them to be vigilant and cautious even in the context of this new variant,? a statement from the Chief Minister?s office said, ANI reported. CM gave clear instructions to proceed with the strategy of tracing, testing, and treatment in positive cases. He also appealed to all citizens to use social distancing, masks to the fullest, urging them to be vigilant and cautious even in the context of this new variant: CMO pic.twitter.com/9FLhhJykCA ? ANI (@ANI) December 4, 2021 Dec 04, 2021 16:43 IST Delhi: Show Cause Notice Issued After 3 Passengers Board Flight without Producing -ve RT-PCT Station Managers of Air India Airlines and Mahan Airlines of Delhi International Airport issued a show-cause notice for not following Covid guidelines. Three passengers were allowed to board flights without filling Self Declaration form on Air Suvidha Portal and uploading negative RT-PCR test report, a report in ANI said. Station Managers of Air India Airlines and Mahan Airlines of Delhi Intn?l Airport issued a show-cause notice for not following the covid guidelines.3 passengers were allowed to board flights without filling Self Declaration form on Air Suvidha Portal & uploading -ve RTPCR report ? ANI (@ANI) December 4, 2021 Dec 04, 2021 16:33 IST Delhi Police Directs Personnel to Be Prepared for Omicron Amid rising concerns over ?Omicron?, the new variant of COVID-19, the Delhi Police has instructed its personnel and their family members to get fully vaccinated, besides following COVID-appropriate behaviour, officials said on Saturday. The department has also called for reviving its COVID-19 Health Monitoring Cells headed by inspector-rank officials, and ensuring availability of oxygen cylinders and life saving medicines, they said. Further, police officials have been directed to make the COVID-19 helpline functional at the earliest and gradually step up prosecution of those found violating COVID-appropriate behaviour. Dec 04, 2021 16:18 IST Mumbai Civic Body Introduces 'Unique, Very Strict' Home Quarantine Mechanism After a teenager who returned from Paris and a 41-year-old man who travelled to Barcelona, Spain, were found positive for Covid-19 in Mumbai, the number of people who would be checked for the new Omicron variant in the city has risen to 14. Amid growing concerns for the heavily mutated new variant, the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) has introduced a very unique and strict home quarantine monitoring mechanism for international passengers arriving from ?at-risk? countries. The quarantine is said to be as effective as institutional quarantine. As per the new guidelines, Mumbai International Airport Ltd. will send a list of travellers coming from South Africa or ?at-risk? countries to the government every day, following which the Disaster Management team will then track all of these passengers. Dec 04, 2021 15:39 IST Singapore Says Omicron Not More Severe Than Other Variants as of Now There is currently no evidence to suggest that symptoms associated with the Omicron variant of COVID-19 are different or more severe than those of other variants, or that current vaccines and therapeutics would be ineffective against the new variant, according to a news report citing Singapore?s Ministry of Health (MOH). Channel News Asia reported that the ministry said two more people infected with Omicron variant travelled through Singapore to Malaysia and Australia. Dec 04, 2021 15:32 IST Third Case of Omicron Reported from Jamnagar in Gujarat The third case of Omicron variant was reported from Jamnagar in Gujarat where a person who came from Zimbabwe was infected with the variant. The first case of #Omicron variant in Gujarat reported in Jamnagar. A person who came from Zimbabwe was infected with the variant. His sample has been sent to Pune: State health department This is the third case of Omicron variant in the country. ? ANI (@ANI) December 4, 2021 Dec 04, 2021 15:26 IST Uncertainty over Omicron, Indians are Resilient: Finance Minister Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Saturday said there is uncertainty over Omicron variant. However, she added, that Indians are resilient and have shown that they can adopt to any situation. ?An element of uncertainty continues over the Omicron variant of the coronavirus. But Indians are resilient, they have shown they can adapt to any situation. We have to give it to them,? she said. Dec 04, 2021 14:59 IST Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai on Omicron <blockquote class=?twitter-tweet?><p lang=?en? dir=?ltr?>We have a preliminary report on <a href=?https://twitter.com/hashtag/Omicron?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw?>#Omicron</a>, I've given directions on cluster management in schools, colleges & apartments. I have also instructed BBMP (Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike) commissioner to look into gathering in apartments' common areas: Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai <a href=?https://t.co/LqNOP5sPgE?>pic.twitter.com/LqNOP5sPgE</a></p>— ANI (@ANI) <a href=?https://twitter.com/ANI/status/1467035244150738945?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw?>December 4, 2021</a></blockquote> <script async src=?https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js? charset=?utf-8?></script> Dec 04, 2021 14:57 IST India Reports Third Omicron Case Gujarat man who returned from Zimbabwe found infected with Omicron variant, third confirmed case in India, reports PTI. Dec 04, 2021 14:49 IST Maha Acting Chief Secy Takes 1st COVID-19 Vaccine Jab 10 Months After Launch of Inoculation Drive Over 10 months after the COVID-19 vaccination drive began in the country, Maharashtra?s acting chief secretary Debashish Chakrabarty has taken the first dose of the vaccine, a medical officer said on Saturday. The 59-year-old senior bureaucrat was administered the dose here on Thursday. The medical officer said that Chakrabarty defended the move of taking the jab months after the launch of the vaccination drive, saying that although he had no aversion to the vaccine, it was his personal decision and he could take the dose whenever he wanted. Dec 04, 2021 13:30 IST Nigeria Plans Booster Shots After First Cases of Omicron Variant Nigeria will start vaccine booster shots from next week for COVID-19, a senior official said, after the country confirmed its first cases of the Omicron variant among two travelers who arrived from South Africa last week. Faisal Shuaib, executive director of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency, said booster shots will be available from Dec. 10 to those that have been fully vaccinated. Only 2.9% of Nigerians eligible to get vaccines have been inoculated so far. First reported in southern Africa a week ago, Omicron ? the mutated coronavirus variant that poses high risk of infection ? has highlighted the disparity between massive vaccination programs in rich nations and sparse inoculation in the developing world. Dec 04, 2021 13:17 IST IMF Chief Says Omicron Could Dent Global Economic Growth The International Monetary Fund is likely to lower its global economic growth estimates due to the new Omicron variant of the coronavirus, the global lender?s chief said at the Reuters Next conference on Friday in another sign of the turmoil unleashed by the ever-changing pandemic. Omicron has spread rapidly to at least 40 countries since it was first reported in South Africa last week, officials say, and many governments have tightened travel rules to try to keep it out. ?A new variant that may spread very rapidly can dent confidence, and in that sense, we are likely to see some downgrades of our October projections for global growth,? IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva told the conference. Dec 04, 2021 12:48 IST Only Fully Vaccinated Individuals Allowed Inside K'taka Malls Bengaluru | Mall visitors being asked for their complete vaccination certificates before entry into the mall, as per Karnataka govt rules This is a very good move to ensure the safety of people by the state govt. There is no reason to not take the COVID vaccine, says a visitor. pic.twitter.com/iOAkeyLuGg ? ANI (@ANI) December 4, 2021 Dec 04, 2021 12:28 IST Japan PM Kishida Likely to Cancel US Visit Due to Omicron Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida is likely to cancel a planned trip to the United States for talks with President Joe Biden this month due to the spread of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, public broadcaster NHK said on Saturday. Kishida and Biden met in Glasgow last month on the sidelines of the United Nations climate summit, agreeing to meet formally by the end of the year to discuss issues of mutual concern, such as China, Japanese media reported at the time. Dec 04, 2021 12:02 IST Single-day Covid-19 Recoveries Surpass Fresh Cases in Arunachal Pradesh Single-day COVID-19 recoveries outnumbered fresh cases in Arunachal Pradesh as four more persons recuperated from the disease while one new infection pushed the coronavirus tally to 55,286, a senior health department official said on Saturday. A total of 54,973 people have recovered from the COVID-19 so far, the official said. The COVID-19 death toll remained unchanged at 280 as no fresh fatality was registered in the last 24 hours, State Surveillance Officer (SSO) Dr Lobsang Jampa said. Dec 04, 2021 11:42 IST Expecting Results of Samples Sent for Genome Sequencing: Mumbai Mayor We're alert about people returning from 'at risk' countries & have prepared an action plan for it. The airport authorities have been directed to inform our disaster control room on arrivals from these countries. 10 ambulances will be kept on stand by in each ward: Mumbai mayor pic.twitter.com/vh1sP2UKzD ? ANI (@ANI) December 4, 2021 Dec 04, 2021 11:33 IST Ladakh Records 1 Death From COVID, 27 Fresh Cases Ladakh reported 27 fresh cases of coronovarius and one death due to it in last 24 hours, officials said on Saturday. The fresh cases pushed the overall virus tally in the Union Territory (UT) to 21,669 and active cases to 311. The sole death was reported from Leh district on Friday, which took the overall death toll in the region since the outbreak of pandemic to 215, the officials said. Leh has recorded 157 deaths for its 18,014 cases. The rest 58 deaths have been reported from Kargil, which has logged 3655 cases till date. Dec 04, 2021 11:17 IST Omicron Variant May Have Picked Up Piece of Common-cold Virus The Omicron variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 likely acquired at least one of its mutations by picking up a snippet of genetic material from another virus ? possibly one that causes the common cold ? present in the same infected cells, according to researchers. This genetic sequence does not appear in any earlier versions of the coronavirus, called SARS-CoV-2, but is ubiquitous in many other viruses including those that cause the common cold, and also in the human genome, researchers said. By inserting this particular snippet into itself, Omicron might be making itself look ?more human,? which would help it evade attack by the human immune system, said Venky Soundararajan of Cambridge, Massachusetts-based data analytics firm nference, who led the study https://osf.io/f7txy posted on Thursday on the website OSF Preprints. Load More Dec 04, 2021 17:31 IST Govt Writes to These States Over Rising Weekly Positivity Rates Dec 04, 2021 17:05 IST Delhi Reports 51 New Covid-19 Cases, Active Cases at 322 Dec 04, 2021 15:32 IST Third Case of Omicron Reported from Jamnagar in Gujarat Dec 04, 2021 10:21 IST India Reports 8,603 New Cases,415 Deaths in Last 24 Hrs Dec 04, 2021 08:12 IST Omicron 'Suspects' in Mumbai Upto 14 Dec 04, 2021 07:52 IST Canada Confirms 15 Cases of Omicron Variant Dec 04, 2021 07:50 IST WHO Says No Omicron Deaths Yet, As Variant Spreads Worldwide Dec 04, 2021 07:47 IST Parliamentary Panel Recommends Evaluation of Vaccines in View of New Covid Strain Read more genome sequencing, after he tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday, it said. Gujarat?s Commissioner of Health Jai Prakash Shivhare confirmed that the man was found infected with the Omicron strain. Earlier, two persons had tested positive for this variant in Karnataka. In the last 24 hours, India recorded 8,603 cases, as per the health ministry?s data. Authorities across the world are rushing to stem the heavily mutated Covid-19 strain?s spread amid warnings that it could damage the global economic recovery. As concerns grow, the parliamentary committee has recommended that the efficacy of Covid vaccines must be evaluated and concerns with regards to the new strain developing immunoescape mechanism critically addressed. Meanwhile, Canada has confirmed 15 cases of Omicron variant of coronavirus and the public health officials told Reuters, severe illness trends across the country could start to rise once again. The Parliamentary Standing Committee on health, which presented its report on Friday, also recommended that the government should conduct more research and examine the need of administering booster doses of vaccines to contain the new strain of the virus. In its report, the committee said it apprehends that a rise in mutations in the virus may lead to reporting of more virulent and transmissible strain of the Covid virus in the country and strongly recommended the Union Health Ministry to adopt a zero-tolerance COVID-19 policy and closely track Covid cases across the country. The World Health Organisation said that the Omicron variant has been detected in 38 countries but no deaths have yet been reported so far. The UN body has warned that it could take weeks to determine how infectious the variant is, whether it causes more severe illness, and how effective treatments and vaccines are against it. Amid growing concerns, the new Omicron variant of Covid-19 could slow the global economic recovery, just as the Delta strain did, IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva said Friday. ?A new variant that may spread very rapidly can dent confidence and in that sense, we are likely to see some downgrades of our October projections for global growth,? she said at a Reuters event. Read all the Latest News, Breaking News and Coronavirus News here. More News South African Official Says Number of Children Sick with Covid-19 is Not Cause for Panic Amid Omicron Scare, Authorities in India Worry for 'Missing' Passengers from High-risk Countries India's 3rd Omicron Case: Guj Man Found Infected on Arrival from Zimbabwe; CM Holds High-Level Meet 'Personal Decision': 10 Months Into Vaccine Drive, Maha Acting Chief Secy Gets 1st Covid Shot Madurai: No Entry for Unvaccinated People in Malls, Banks, Wedding Halls from Next Week TAGS coronavirus covid-19 pandemic






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