23 new Omicron cases in Karnataka take tally to 66
19 of them are international travellers
Karnataka witnessed a spike in Omicron cases on the last day of the year 2021 with 23 new cases being reported. This took the tally of Omicron cases in the State to 66. India’s first two cases were reported from Karnataka.
Health and Medical Education Minister Dr. K. Sudhakar, who confirmed the new cases in a tweet, said 19 of the 23 cases are international travellers from the USA, Europe, Middle East and Africa."
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