WHO Warns on Omicron: The World Health Organization (WHO) warned today that the health care system may collapse due to the new variant of the coronavirus, Omicron. However, studies so far have reported Omicron infection to be mild. At the same time, Germany and China have imposed many restrictions, taking strictness regarding Omicron infection.
Today is the 6th day of lockdown in the Chinese city of Xi’an and 13 million or 13 million people have been ordered to stay at home to curb the outbreak of corona virus there. Residents have also been banned from driving in the city, while many US states and European countries are reporting record cases of infection.
French instructions to employees
Kovid-19 is wreaking havoc in countries around the world. Many countries are trying to control the corona virus by imposing fines for violating the restrictions. The United States has cut isolation times for asymptomatic cases in half, while France has ordered firm employees to work from home at least three days a week.
Germany closed the nightclub
The contact ban is in force in Germany at the beginning of the second year in a row. Germany has closed the nightclub. Also, spectators have been banned from football games, in order to prevent the spread of Omicron.
Cases of Omicron in the US
At the same time, according to US government data, 59 percent of the new cases of Kovid-19 that have been reported in the country are of Omicron infection. According to the latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), these cases have been reported in the week ending December 25.
The CDC said last week that most of the new cases reported in the country were from Omicron, but based on additional data the agency collected on Tuesday, it made a significant reduction in the previous estimate. However, even now it has said that the ratio of Omicron cases to new cases is increasing.
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