Changes in the rules of home isolation amid the threat of Omicron, know what the new guidelines of the Center say
The risk of corona infection and Omicron is increasing continuously in the country. In such a situation, the government has issued new guidelines regarding home isolation. The government said that after the end of the home isolation period, there is no need for a second test.
The number of corona infections and Omicron patients is increasing rapidly in the country. In such a situation, the Union Health Ministry has changed the guidelines for home isolation for corona patients. The ministry has issued new guidelines for home isolation. New guidelines have been issued for such patients who do not have mild symptoms of corona or symptoms of infection.
It was said in the guidelines that corona patients will be discharged under home isolation. It was said in the guidelines that if there is no fever for at least seven days after the corona test is positive and for three consecutive days, the isolation will end and the patient will be discharged. The government said that after the end of the home isolation period, there is no need for a second test.
Patients under home isolation will stand discharged & end isolation after at least 7 days have passed from testing positive & no fever for 3 successive days. There is no need for re-testing after the home isolation period is over: Union Health Ministry pic.twitter.com/ZjIj5zDp2B— ANI (@ANI) January 5, 2022
58 thousand of Corona, more than 2100 new cases of Omicron
Significantly, in the last 24 hours, 58,097 new cases of corona have been reported. The number of active patients in the country has increased to 2,14,004. The daily positivity rate has also increased to 4.18%. Apart from this, the total number of Omicron patients in the country has increased to 2,135. Maharashtra and Delhi have the highest number of 653 and 464 cases of Omicron. The Health Ministry said that out of 2,135 patients of Omicron, 828 patients have recovered.