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Don’t treat Omicron like a common cold warns the govt

On Wednesday more than 300 districts in India are reporting weekly covid case positivity of more than 5%, caution against treating the virus caused by the Omicron form as a regular cold, and urging people to be vaccinated.

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In India, there has been a dramatic increase in COVID-19 infections, with case positivity rising to 11.05% on Wednesday, from 1.1 % on December 30. Similarly, COVID cases have been increasing internationally, with the biggest single-day increase of 3.16 million reported cases on January 10th.

The number of districts reporting over 5% weekly case positivity has increased from 78 in the week ending January 4th to 300 weeks ending on 11 January. Omicron is not a common cold; you should not dismiss it because it causes minor infections. This variant has led to the collapse of the health systems of some states. Maharashtra’s Mumbai, Pune, and Thane, Karnataka’s Bengaluru Urban, West Bengal’s Kolkata, and Tamil Nadu’s Chennai are rising as areas of worry, noting over 10,000 current COVID cases in 19 states.

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