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Delhi government will review the circumstances amid increasing Omicron cases

Delhi government will review the circumstances amid increasing Omicron cases. 

New Delhi: Due to the increasing incidence of COVID-19’s Omicron variants in the national capital, The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA). 

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and other key government officials will meet to examine this situation tomorrow.

The crucial review meeting is scheduled to take place around 11.30 am, according to an official announcement from DDMA. The meeting will be conducted by video conferencing. 

According to the announcement, Lt Governor Anil Baijal will be the presiding officer of the meeting.

The discussion will occur during the meeting about the growing instances in Omicron within Delhi, and the current state of COVID-19 is to be examined at the time of the meeting, according to the notification.

Health Minister Satyendar Jain, NITI Aayog member VK Paul, Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Dev, and all-important officers of the Health Department of the Delhi Government are expected to attend the discussion.

On Saturday, the Delhi government transformed the four hospitals of the private sector into dedicated facilities to treat patients suffering from the COVID-19 variant, which is now known as Omicron.

The four included hospitals comprise Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Max Hospital in Saket, Fortis Hospital in Vasant Kunj, and Batra Hospital in the Tughlakabad region of the capital city.

India has reported more than 100 cases of the Omicron. The COVID-19 variant that is new was initially reported to World Health Organisation (WHO) from South Africa on November 25.

According to the WHO, the first identified B.1.1.529 infection was found in an individual bitten on November 9 this year.

On November 26 On November 26, the WHO identified the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.529 that was found on the continent of South Africa as `OmicronOmicron. The WHO has identified Omicron as a variant of concern.

 

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