Delhi Government Is Ready To Fight Against Omicron, says Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal for 2022

Delhi Government Is Ready To Fight Against Omicron, says Delhi’s CM Arvind Kejriwal

Kejriwal urges people not to panic about Omicron’s growing popularity. The experts consider Omicron to be a weaker version of Covid. Hospitalizations and deaths from Omicron are much lower.

The  National Organizing Committee (AAP) also said, “We will strengthen the self-quarantine system as 4,444 new COVID-19 patients do not require hospitalization.”

Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal said today that the Delhi government is ready to fight the Omicron coronavirus strain. They urge people not to panic. He said the strain is spreading faster than before, but the 4,444 symptoms are mild. Currently, there are 24 Omicron’s disease patients registered in the capital. According to government statistics, 12 of these 24 patients have been discharged.

“There is no need to panic in the face of the threat of Omicron. A series of measures is being taken in preparation for the potential spread of the novel coronavirus infection in the hospital (COVID-19). Fortunately, there will be no threat to oxygen supplies. According to experts, Omicron is a milder variant of Covid. As regards the threat posed by the new option, Kejriwal said, “There are a very few hospitalizations and deaths due to Omicron.”, Delhi announced to Kejriwal.


Chief Minister of Delhi also requested a booster effect and was applied at the centre. “Most of the new cases with COVID 19 do not require hospitalization, so we will strengthen our home quarantine system,” said a CM in Delhi. Meanwhile, two more cases of Omicron’s Covid mutant have been identified in the capital, affecting the total number of protons. The Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal also requested that the central government approve boosters to help healthcare professionals and other citizens combat the new strains of COVID 19 like Omicron.

Delhi reported more than 100 cases of 24 coronavirus cases on Sunday. This time is the highest peak of the day in almost 6 months.

 On June 25, 115 cases were reported in one day in the capital. 107 new cases occurred on Sunday, and the city reported related deaths for the first time in 10 days. To date, more than 25,000 coronavirus patients have died in 4,444 Delhi.

 At today’s briefing, the Prime Minister announced that all new positive cases will be sent for genomic sequencing. “In the last few days, there has been an increase in COVID 19 cases in the city. Yesterday (Sunday) there were more than 100 people. I don’t know if this is a Covid case, a normal case, or a variant of Omicron. Indeed, we decided to send all positive samples for genomic sequencing, “he said. To prevent healthcare professionals and other citizens from receiving booster immunity to fight new COVID 19 variants like Omicron.

According to breaking news on  Wednesday, Delhi’s health reported 57 cases with a positive rate of 0.10%. There are 1,442,197 confirmed cases of COVID19 in Delhi. More than 14.16 million patients have recovered from the disease and 50 have been discharged in the last 24 hours. However, the city is not facing a new wave of infection, citing a serological study by the government of Delhi that 96% of the population has antibodies and most are vaccinated.

Arvind Kejriwal

It states that in April and May, Delhi fought the second wave of violent epidemics, killing many lives and lacking oxygen and essential medicines in hospitals. Delhi reported 28,395 cases on April 20, the highest number since the epidemic began last year. The positive rate on April 22 was a record high of 36.2%. May 3 was the deadliest with 448 people.

 Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday that a surge in infectious diseases found in the capital would send all new Covid 19 cases to Omicron genome sequencing. The Prime Minister also urged the central government to agree to re-vaccination against the virus. “I’m asking the centre to approve the booster immunization of the COVID-19 vaccine in Delhi,” he said. He also said the Delhi government will focus on quarantine at home as it is ready to deal with the new crisis and may not require hospitalization in most cases.

“Most new Covid cases do not require hospitalization, so we plan to strengthen our home quarantine system,” said Keziwar. Four new patients were admitted to Saketa’s Max Hospital. He is unlikely to have a new wave of infection in Delhi, as 96% of Delhi’s population has antibodies and most have been vaccinated in a serological test conducted by the Delhi government.

Hours after the centre announced that two people in Karnataka had tested positive for the omicron strain of the new coronavirus, Delhi`s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that India suspended flights from affected countries. “It’s sad,” he said. After the variant was discovered in South Africa and Europe, Chief Minister twice asked the prime minister to suspend flights in the country where the variant was discovered. Kejriwal tweeted in response to a tweet that two patients had tested positive for the Omicron strain.


In early December,  travellers from countries where variants were detected, such as South Africa, the United Kingdom, and  European Union countries, confirmed that they had to provide samples of cotton swabs at the airport. They cannot leave until the test results are available, and if they test positive, they will be admitted to Rokunayak Hospital. Samples are sent to a genomic test to determine which variant is infected.

Arvind Kejriwal

 Also, in December, we all learned that Kejriwal wrote in a letter to the Prime Minister: With great effort and selfless service from millions of  Covid warriors, our country has recovered from Corona. We must do everything we can to prevent a recently recognized variant of concern from reaching India. Many countries, including the European Union, have stopped travelling to affected areas. We recommend that you stop flights from these areas immediately. Delays in this regard can prove harmful when affected individuals enter India. “

Omicron is a disease that continues to spread nationwide, and 159 variants have been recorded so far. These cases are expected to increase in the coming days.

 To prevent the spread of the disease, Keziwar advised the public not to sag or wear masks to stop the transmission of the disease.

edited and proofread by nikita sharma

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