Nagpur’s first Omicron patient returned from West Africa
The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) had sent around 15 samples of corona virus positive patients, including 2 more international passengers, to the NIV Pune.
Nagpur: Citizen chief Radhakrishnan B has reported that genome sequencing has confirmed the presence of the Omicron virus variant in samples from a 40-year-old man, Who had returned to the city on Sunday from the Burkino Faso in West Africa via Delhi.
The Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC) had sent around the 15 samples of corona virus positive patients, including 2 more international passengers, to the NIV Pune. Till now the result of only 1 has been given to the local administration and AIIMS Nagpur.
On reaching Delhi, the RT-PCR report of that person came out negative. But the test of corona virus at the Nagpur airport was positive. Then they have also been allowed to go to their residence located in the Dighori. But after his report came positive, Nagpur Municipal Corporation shifted him to the AIIMS Nagpur.
Tested positive for covid in April
He is asymptomatic from the day he entered the special ward of AIIMS Nagpur. Where a 39-year-old woman and her 9-year-old daughter have also been admitted after traveling to the UK.
The resident of Dighori is not the only vaccine. He had tested positive for the corona virus in the month of April. And left the city for Africa in the month of June after a covid negative RT-PCR. His corona virus infection history prevented him from administering the vaccine when asked by civic chief Radhakrishnan B.
RT-PCR test will be done on the 10th day of his infection i.e. on the date of 14 December. If his report comes negative, then he will be allowed to go home. And his family members have also been tested and their report has come out negative.
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