Corona Blast in West Bengal's Navodaya Vidyalaya, 29 Students Test Positive for Covid-19

In the country, along with the new variant Omicron, the cases of corona are also increasing rapidly. In West Bengal's Nadia district, 29 children of the same school have been found infected with corona.
Corona Blast in West Bengal's Navodaya Vidyalaya, 29 Students Test Positive for Covid-19

Corona Blast in West Bengal's Navodaya Vidyalaya, 29 Students Test Positive for Covid-19

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In the country, along with the new variant Omicron, the cases of corona are also increasing rapidly. The latest case is from West Bengal. Here in Nadia district, 29 children of the same school have been found infected with corona. After this incident, there was a stir in the entire area including the school. Significantly, 29 children have been found infected in Navodaya Kendriya Vidyalaya in Kalyani, Nadia. After the report of so many children coming corona positive, now other children are also being tested.

Other students and teachers are also being investigated

<div class="paragraphs"><p>Other students and teachers are also being investigated</p></div>

Other students and teachers are also being investigated

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It is worth noting that an official informed that at least 29 students have been confirmed to have coronavirus infection in a residential school in Nadia district. The official said that 29 students of class 9th and 10th of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya have been found to be corona positive. At the same time, the parents of the infected students have been asked by the school to take them home. After the incident, SDO Hirak Mandal of Kalyani has said that other students and teachers of the same school are also being investigated for Covid-19.

Omicron cases are also increasing in West Bengal

<div class="paragraphs"><p>Omicron cases are also increasing in West Bengal</p></div>

Omicron cases are also increasing in West Bengal

Let us tell you, along with Corona, Omicron cases are also increasing in West Bengal. Here two people who returned from abroad have been found infected with Omicron. A senior health official said that out of the two infected people, one person came from Nigeria and the other had returned to the country from Britain. The official said that we have received the genome report of three samples. In this, Omicron has been confirmed in two samples.

Panic of Omicron in 17 states

Significantly, the country is once again coming under the grip of Corona. The number of people infected with the new threat of corona, Omicron, is increasing in 17 states of India. So far 287 cases of Omicron have been found in the country. At the same time, because of the fast-growing cases of Omicron, the government has also come into alert mode. Today PM Modi is holding a review meeting regarding Omicron.

PM Modi to hold meeting

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PM Modi to hold meeting today

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a meeting on the situation of Corona on Thursday, amidst the increasing cases of the new variant of Corona in India, Omicron. According to the news coming in the media quoting official sources, Prime Minister Modi will review the situation of the epidemic across the country. According to the data released by the Union Health Ministry, so far 287 cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in 17 states and union territories in India. Meanwhile, there is also a demand that the government allow booster doses of vaccines to those who have been vaccinated, as has been done by many countries.

People are not following corona protocol

At the same time, amid the increase in Omicron cases in the country, Dr Randeep Guleria, Director, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), while emphasizing on following the corona protocol, said that people are lax in following these norms. He said the latest data shows that the vaccines are effective and provide protection against serious disease and reduce the risk of death.

People should should not miss the second dose

<div class="paragraphs"><p>People should should not miss the second dose</p></div>

People should should not miss the second dose

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Dr Guleria said that those who are eligible for vaccination should take the dose immediately and those who have received the first dose should not miss the second dose. He said that Omicron is highly contagious. Therefore it is very important to follow the corona protocol. People should wear masks regularly, maintain proper distance and avoid such gatherings, which are likely to spread the infection on a large scale.

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