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The Chinese variant of Corona reached India in September; increasing cases in China have become a concern.

Three cases—two in Gujarat and one in Odisha—were cured. At airports, probabilistic sampling begins.

Three cases—two in Gujarat and one in Odisha—were cured. At airports, probabilistic sampling begins.

Recent reports on Corona and the rising number of Corona cases in China have rekindled fears among countries and people. The government is on high alert considering this. Therefore, Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, the union’s health minister, convened a meeting on Wednesday to discuss the COVID-19 situation in the nation with senior authorities and specialists for better prospects.

According to the union health minister, the hazardous Chinese version that has created havoc in China, Corona BF-7, arrived in India in September. Thus, in Vadodara, symptoms were discovered in an NRI woman after her arrival. She had travelled from the US to Vadodara. Later, two additional individuals who had contact with her were investigated. Thus, the assessment, however, was unfavorable. Later, the woman became better. In addition to this, two other BF-7 instances were discovered in Ahmedabad and Odisha. Thus, now it has become a matter of concern.

After the meeting with the health ministry, Dr. VK Paul, a member of Niti Aayog, recommended individuals cover their faces amid the gathering and in the crowd. Masks have been one of the toughest soldiers. Thus, masks are crucial for the elderly and those with serious illnesses. He also stated that only 27% of people have received a booster dosage. Therefore, each and every person is required to take this dose.

The world is yet again witnessing a new peak, as Corona cases are currently rising quickly in China, Japan, the United States, Korea, and Brazil. However, the experts and government advise people not to panic but to take proper precautions.

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