Omicron Update: Four More Cases Found In Kerala, Total Tally Reaches To 73

Thiruvananthapuram: This time in Kerala, 4 more Omicron affected traces were found. State Health Minister Veena George said this on Wednesday. As a result, the number of Omicron victims increased to 5. At the moment, the number of Omicron infected people in the whole country has increased to 63.

Omicron Cases in India: 4 more omikron cases in Kerala

Speaking to reporters in Thiruvananthapuram, the health minister said two of the four victims were mother-in-law and daughter-in-law. A resident of Ernakulam. One of the other two is a resident of Thiruvananthapuram. He recently returned from England. The other is a resident of Ernakulam. Recently returned from Congo.

Incidentally, the influence of Omricron is increasing day by day in the world as well as in the country. When this species of coronavirus was first discovered in South Africa, it was found that those who took two doses of covid were also infected. This suggests that the vaccine may not be effective in counteracting the ill effects of omikron.

More information is needed to better understand whether Omicron is avoiding immunity from a vaccine or a previous infection, according to the World Health Organization’s weekly Emergency Update. This question is being raised in the context of the increasing power of Omicron in the world.

Meanwhile, VK Paul, a member of the policy commission itself, on Tuesday expressed suspicion against Omicron along with Hu. VK Paul said the situation that is being created could reduce the effectiveness of vaccines. Some vaccines may work against the new species of corona, Omicron. But the picture is still not clear.