The first death in Omicron in India – Daily Azadi

A new type of coronavirus has died in India after being infected with Omicron.

India’s Union Ministry of Health has announced the news.

According to the international news agency Reuters, an official of the Ministry of Health confirmed the death of the man on Wednesday (January 5) after being infected with the coronavirus type.

Laxminarayan Nagar, a 63-year-old resident of Udaipur in the western Indian state of Rajasthan, died on December 31.

According to the Indian news agency PTI, samples from his body were collected and his genome sequence revealed that he was infected with the omikron type. He died at a hospital in Udaipur.

On December 15, Laxminarayan was diagnosed with coronavirus. He has been in hospital ever since. He was suffering from various chronic diseases including diabetes and hypertension.

He tested positive for coronavirus twice before he died. The cause of death was Kovid’s subsequent pneumonia.

Udaipur Chief Health Officer. Dinesh Kharadi said, “He had other symptoms including fever, cough and runny nose. Samples were collected from his body and sent for genome sequencing and on December 25, we received the test results. Then on December 21 and December 25, his sample was tested twice and the result was ‘negative’ twice. ”

So far, 2,135 people have been diagnosed with Omicron infection in India. Of these, 653 were infected in Maharashtra and 484 in the capital Delhi.


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