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Omicron variant live updates: 30 more Omicron cases detected in 4 states; India tally over 140 – Times of India

Mumbai records 283 cases, no deaths

London Mayor declares ‘major incident’ due to Omicron rise
A major incident is a situation with a range of serious consequences which requires special arrangements to be implemented. Sadiq earlier had declared a major incident on January 8 due to the impact of COVID-19 on the country’s National Health Service (NHS). “BREAKING: Today I have declared a major incident in London in response to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant across our capital. This will help us avoid disruption to frontline services – and to the life-saving booster vaccine rollout,” mayor Sadiq Khan tweeted.
12 more cases from Telangana take India’s Omicron count to 143
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Twelve more Omicron cases reported in Telangana
The number of Omicron cases in Telangana rose to 20 with 12 more people testing positive for the new coronavirus variant on Saturday. Of the 12 new cases, two were passengers from countries declared “at risk” by the Centre, while 10 came from other nations, a state health department bulletin said. The samples of three persons are awaited for their Omicron variant status.
Chennai: 88.59% of adult population vaccinated with first dose & 66% with 2nd, says Chennai Corporation commissioner Gagandeep Singh Bedi

Mumbai civic body’s strictures amid Omicron concern
Squads deployed at ward level to take action against violators. Only those who are fully vaccinated will be allowed at public places, including public transport. Strict action will be taken otherwise: BMC
More than 69 lakh vaccine doses have been administered till 7 pm today

India’s vaccination coverage has crossed 137 crore: Health ministry

Government ready for Omicron variant: Kejriwal
Kejriwal said Delhi was unlikely to face another wave of infections, since according to the sero survey conducted by the Delhi government, 96 per cent of the state population was found to have antibodies and a majority of them were vaccinated.
UK reports 10,000 jump in Omicron cases, deaths rise to 7

All three Omicron cases in Satara are members of the same family with a travel history to East Africa
Two are vaccinated adults, the third an unvaccinated 8-year-old child
All four are fully vaccinated and asymptomatic: Officials

Two of them had travelled to Africa, one to Tanzania and one to UK

All 4 Omicron cases in Mumbai identified through airport screening

8 more Omicron cases in Maharashtra take state total to 48
4 new cases were detected from Mumbai, 3 from Satara and one from Pune city
UK may be forced into Omicron circuit breaker lockdown: Reports
The UK government is reportedly drawing up plans for a short two-week circuit breaker lockdown later this month, after Christmas, to try and keep pace with the rapidly spreading Omicron variant, media reports said on Saturday.
6 more Omicron cases in Karnataka, 8 in Maharashtra, 4 in Kerala push India’s tally to 131
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Karnataka records 6 more Omicron cases, tally now 14
Of six cases, five have have been detected from Covid clusters that have emerged from two educational institutions in Dakshina Kannada district.
Delhi logs 86 fresh Covid cases, highest single-day rise in over five months; positivity rate 0.13%

Kerala: 4 more Omicron cases take state total to 11

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