There is as much confusion about the new strain of Corona virus, Omicron, as it was initially after the case of Covid-19. Though there is no clarification about this new strain.
World Health Organization has placed this virus in the category of ‘High Risk’. The spread of this virus is much faster than the figures so far. Apart from this, the immunity of the vaccine is also less effective than the delta variant in front of it.
However, WHO said that it is a matter of relief that this strain is also possible to be tested through RT-PCR. As many variants that can only be detected through genetic sequencing but this is not the case with Omicron.
Although, all countries trying their level best to prevent the spread of this new variant.
As the Omicron variant of Covid-19 has taken the world by typhoon and first detected in South Africa, the Union Health Ministry of India has issued guidelines for international travellers to prevent from this variant.
Under its guidelines, despite vaccination, international travellers coming to India from many risk countries will have to undergo a Corona test after reaching the airport.
In the Indian government guidelines said, the travellers from international flights are first need to tested at the airport.
On Wednesday Delhi Airport tweeted, “Latest updates from Delhi Airport. Operations for International arrivals are running smooth after the implementation of the new guidelines laid down by MoHFW”.