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    Coronavirus Live Update: Assam imposes night curfew, fines for violating Covid guidelines; Italy, France reported the biggest 1-day jump in the case

    Face masks will be added and fines will be imposed and legal action will be taken against anyone who fails to do so.

    On Saturday, state health minister Dr K Sudhakar said seven new cases of Omicron variant had been confirmed in Karnataka and the total number of cases had reached 38. According to him, those who tested positive were: a 76-year-old man from Bangalore who traveled from Delhi, a 30-year-old woman from Bangalore who came from the UAE, a 63-year-old man from Bangalore who came from Zambia and from Bangalore. A 54-year-old man who was the initial contact of a traveler in the UK.

    An intern at Calcutta Medical College tested positive for Omicron, bringing the total number of people infected with the new form of coronavirus to six, a senior health official said. With the exception of medical interns, everyone has a history of traveling abroad.

    In Rajasthan, 21 new Omicron cases have been identified, bringing the number of people infected with the new form of coronavirus to 43, officials said on Saturday.

    Maharashtra has already reported two new cases of Omicron.

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday announced that vaccination against COVID-19 for children aged 15-18 would begin on January 3, while a “warning dose” for healthcare and frontline workers would be administered from January 10. Associated with Omicron form. In a speech to the nation, he said that from January 10 next year, cautionary doses will also be available for citizens over 60 years of age and those suffering from congenital diseases on the advice of their doctors.

    The caution dosage indicates a third dose of the vaccine for fully vaccinated but Modi refrained from using the term “booster dose” as is commonly mentioned.

    India’s Drug Controller General (DCGI) has approved the urgent use of home-grown India Biotech’s covacin for children over 12 years of age, subject to certain conditions, officials said on Saturday. Zydus Cadila’s needle-free COVID-19 vaccine is the second vaccine approved by the regulator for use in children under 18 after ZyCoV-D.

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