Rajasthan: Management is Working very Slow, Omicron Reports are Coming in 6 days
Omicron cases are expanding very fast in Rajasthan. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is also watching it continuously. According to the report, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot can take a meeting regarding Omicron this evening. Along with this, many new approaches can also come. In times of Omicron, many areas of the capital are becoming hot spots. In the second wave, the areas where maximum patients were found, Omicron infected are also getting more here.
Cases are increasing continuously
In the city itself, 77 people have been found Omicron infected in a month. These include 13 patients from Adarshnagar, 10 from Mansarovar, 8 patients from Murlipura-Dadi Ka Phatak. Of the total 77, 30 are those who came from abroad. In the remaining 47, more people came in communication with them. Meanwhile, on Saturday, there was a corona explosion again in the capital and 192 patients were found. These have come out in the testing of 4 thousand people. If the government intensifies testing, then the case figures may increase.
Omicron was confirmed in 4 people, including 2 children, who returned from South Africa on 3 December
There are five areas where 10 or more patients have been found. A maximum of 17 cases have been found in Malviyanagar. 13 have been found in Vaishalinagar, 12 on Ajmer Road, 11 in Durgapura, 10 in Mansarovar. 727 cases have been found in the city in a week. Here, out of 38 Omicron infected found on Saturday, 4 are from Civil Lines, 5 from C-Scheme, 2 from Rajapark, 3 from Sodala, 3 from Tilak Nagar, 8 from Mansarovar. There are 1-1 patients from Ajmer Road, Badi Chaupar, Banipark, Galtagate, Gandhi Nagar, Jawahar Nagar, Jhotwara, Station Road, Vidyadhar Nagar, Bassi, Jagatpura, Malviya Nagar.
5 people including a child were found positive
Maximum 38 infected were found in the capital on Saturday but the comfort is that 20 people have become negative even before the report came. Earlier on December 3, Omicron was confirmed in four people, including two children, who returned from South Africa. On the second day, out of 12 people who came in contact with him, 5 people including a child were found positive. Omicron was confirmed in one or two corona-positive patients for a few days. After this, on 23 December 17, 25 on 11, 27 on 2, 29 on 9 December, and on 1 January 38 cases have been found by Omicron. Meanwhile, the risk of community spread is growing.