Omicron can ruin New Year celebrations, Section 144 in Mumbai, read the guideline

Omicron can ruin New Year celebrations, Section 144 in Mumbai, read the guideline

Section 144 in Mumbai: People who have not received both corona vaccines are being barred from entering.
Omicron can ruin New Year celebrations, Section 144 in Mumbai, read the guideline

Omicron cases are on the rise in the country. So far 73 cases have been reported in India. The highest number of 32 cases has been reported in Maharashtra. Four new cases were found here on Wednesday. Section 144 has since been enacted in Mumbai. Section 144 will remain in force from December 16 to the night of December 31. This means that New Year’s celebrations in Mayanagri may come to an end. With the announcement of Section 144, the Mumbai Police has stepped up its crackdown. Guidelines issued by the government call on the people to abide by the Corona laws. Masks have been made mandatory in public places. People who have not received both coronavirus vaccines are being barred from entering.

The third wave of Corona is sure to come, the focus should be on the booster dose: Expert

Meanwhile, a leading health expert in the country has warned the government about the Corona epidemic. The expert said that the third wave of Corona is sure to come and a strategic plan should be made for booster doses to save people suffering from serious diseases, weakened immune system and health workers. According to Dr. Ashok Seth, Chairman, Fortis Escorts Heart Institute, “It is inevitable that a third wave is coming.

Dr. Seth said that the severity of the disease depends entirely on the human immune system. India is a huge country and if even a small part of its population becomes seriously ill, the number of patients in the hospital will increase.

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