India saw the first death in Omicron

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The first person to die in India from a new strain of the epidemic coronavirus Omicron. A 63-year-old man has died of an Omicron in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

The Rajasthan government confirmed the information on Wednesday. According to the local health department, the man had taken two vaccines from Corona. He also had some comorbidities like diabetes and high blood pressure.

According to the health department, the man was infected with covid on December 15. He was admitted to the hospital then. Her genes were tested because of the high levels of the virus in her body. After that the presence of Omicron was caught.

According to hospital sources, he has not gone anywhere in recent times. He was at home. It is learned that no one came in contact with him.

So far, 2,135 people have been infected with Omicron in India. Most of these are in Maharashtra (653). Then there is Delhi (484).

(Dhaka Times / 05 January / JB)

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