India’s Omicron Count Crosses 100-Mark; Maharashtra Tops


New Delhi: The number of Omicron cases in India has crossed the 100-mark on Friday as Maharashtra with 32 cases has added most to the national tally.

According to data from the Union ministry of health and family welfare, as many as 101 Omicron cases have been detected across the country.

While Maharashtra stood with 32 cases, most to the national tally, Delhi, with 22 cases, had the second highest number of cases.

Among other states, Rajasthan reported 17 Omicron cases and Karnataka and Telangana have identified eight infections each. Meanwhile, five cases have also been reported from Gujarat and Kerala each.

Andhra Pradesh, Chandigarh, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal have each reported a case of Omicron.

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