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21 Omicron sub-lineage 'BA.2' cases reported in Indore

Amid the rampant fears of Omicron spread in the country, 21 infections of BA.2, a sub-lineage of the Omicron variant have doubled the threat in Indore. Of this load, six happen to children including a one-day-old infant. As per reports, all cases of the sub-mutation have been traced at a private laboratory in Indore, in the last 18 days. Since the new variant is relatively new, doctors and healthcare experts are conflicted over the severity of the infection caused by it.

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Global Investors Summit in Indore stands cancelled in wake of rising COVID cases

In light of constantly rising COVID-19 positive cases in Indore, the Madhya Pradesh Government has cancelled the Global Investors’ Summit that was to be held in the city. As per the initial schedule, the summit was scheduled to be held in February. The meet was planned to take place in both physical and virtual mode to aid industrialists during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Marking highest single-day rise since June 8, Indore records 512 COVID cases​ on Wednesday

Recording an increase of 193 cases from Tuesday, fresh COVID infections in Indore jumped to 512 cases on Wednesday. Reportedly, with the single-day rise marked on Wednesday, the active tally of coronavirus in the city has climbed to 1,270 cases.

Adding 62 COVID patients that have recovered and were discharged on Wednesday, the cumulative tally of recoveries has gone up to 1,52,282 in the city now.

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​Omicron invades MP; 8 foreign returnees test positive in Indore on Monday

Omicron cases in India have exceeded the 500 mark and Madhya Pradesh is being reported as the latest entry in the list of contributors to this tally. The first-ever cases of the 'variant of concern' were identified in Indore on Monday, when as many as 8 foreign returnees confirmed Omicron positive here. Notably, 6 of these travellers have already been discharged after recovery, while the remaining 2 are still undergoing treatment.

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Here's a list of updated guidelines for passengers flying to Indore

In a bid to tighten its grip over the spread of COVID, District Magistrate of Indore has directed officials to undertake proper precautionary measures aimed to avoid the entry of the new Omicron variant in the city. On December 4, the Airport Authority of India had issued state-wise international and domestic travel guidelines across India. Read on to check the guidelines effective at Indore's Devi Ahilya Bai Airport at present.

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