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Areas with 3 or more Covid cases classified as clusters

To contain the spread of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 in the state it was initially decided that areas having at least 10 Covid-19 cases would be declared as clusters but according to the latest update it has been brought down to 3 or more cases. Experts have said that Omicron is a fast-spreading variant, but it has not shown severe implications.

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It has been also noted parents of students who attend offline classes must be fully vaccinated. COVID-19 tests for all the residents of and staff of students hostels have also been made mandatory and officials have been instructed to take foolproof measures.

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