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Omicron Variant: Ten travellers from African countries who arrived in Bangalore are missing, there is a stir in the state

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Fear has descended upon the entire nation by discovering two cases of the Omicron Corona variant in Karnataka (India). Meanwhile, Karnataka has been rocked by another disturbing piece of information. Ten people from African countries are said to have gone missing in Bangalore. In addition, his phone has been turned off, and he cannot be reached at the address he provided. As two cases of the Omicron variant came to light directly from the state, it is considered a severe failure of responsibility. Officials in public health are on the prowl for these missing travellers.

Karnataka Health Minister K Sudhakar has stated that 57 travellers arrived in Bangalore after Omicron was discovered in South Africa. Ten of the 57 passengers have eluded the search efforts of the BBMP. His phone is likewise off, and he cannot be found at the specified location.”

All educational sessions have been postponed until January 15.

On the other hand, Karnataka’s government has taken severe measures after two incidences of Omicron variations were reported. R Ashok, a minister in the Karnataka government, declared that all educational institutions’ programmes have been postponed until January 15. In order to enter movie theatres, multiplexes, and retail malls, he claimed, people must be fully immunised. The number of guests in attendance at the wedding ceremony has remained constant. The wedding ceremony might have up to 500 guests. The minister announced today that we will find and test the missing South African traveller.

About 30 countries in the world are currently in the grip of this fast-spreading version of the disease. This new version had been confirmed in 11 nations as of November 27, or just over a week ago. Except for Botswana and the Netherlands, the remaining nine countries have seen a rise in Corona cases from 3% to 388 per cent since last week. More cases have been documented in Israel 78%, Hong Kong 27%, Italy 24%, the Czech Republic 11%, and Belgium 10%.