A day in India sees 156 Omicron. Delhi surpasses Maharashtra in contribution With 19 states and union territories infected, the Omicron form of coronavirus has put the entire country on high alert.
The Omicron case count in India increased by over 100 in the last 24 hours, according to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare’s daily brief. According to government data, India’s Omicron tally climbed from 422 on Sunday to 578 on Monday, meaning the country added 156 cases of the highly contagious type in a single day.
On Sunday, two regions reported their first cases of the novel quickly transmissible strain Covid-19. Omicron has already expanded to 19 Indian states and union territories, up from 17 a day before, putting the country on high alert.
Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh reported their first Omicron cases on Sunday.
Moreover, whereas Maharashtra had the largest number of Omicron cases till yesterday, Delhi was rapidly catching up. On Monday, the national capital surpassed Maharashtra as the top donor to the national Omicron tally.
Delhi (142) had the greatest number of Omicron infections in the country, followed by Maharashtra (141), Kerala (57), Gujarat (49), Rajasthan (43), Telangana (41), Tamil Nadu (34), and Karnataka (34). (31).