Omicron, sub-lineages that are primarily found in India:

The Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium (INSACOG) reviewed the results of genomic surveillance of variants and found that Omicron and its sub-lineages are the dominant mutataions present in India . The most common variant in India will be Omicron and its sub-lineages, according to the bulletin released by INSACOG on July 11 .

IndiaNew Delhi, August 6: The Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomics Consortium (INSACOG), in a weekly meeting, reviewed the results of genomic surveillance of variants and found that Omicron and its sub-lineages are the dominant mutataions present in India.According to sources, only Omicron and its sub-lineages are present in India.The COVID-19 cases are increasing, but hospitalization and deaths are still less, according to reports, so there is no need to panic as hospitalization hasn't increased and there hasn't been a new variant discovered so far, according to the researchers.The most common variant in India will be Omicron and its sub-lineages, according to the bulletin released by INSACOG on July 11.

The Union Health Ministry of Health and the Department of Biotechnology (DBT) have joined forces with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) to initiate INSACOG.Like many other viral diseases, COVID-19 is a cyclical epidemic.Unlike measles or chicken pox viruses, coronaviruses have a short-lived lifespan.According to Dr Rajeev Jayadevan, co-chairman of the National Indian Medical Associations COVID-19 task force, the newer Omicron sub-lineages are particularly able to leap past immunity derived from older versions of the same strain, according to Dr Rajeev Jayadevan.

Many people aren't following basic safety advice, so avoiding the spread of the virus by aerosol is much easier.The virus has not dissipated, he said.India reported 19,406 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, out of a total of 4,41,26,994 cases, with 1,34,793 existing cases on Friday.0.31% of all cases are active.

In the last 24 hours, 19,928 infections recovered, bringing total recovery numbers to 4,34,65,552.According to government statistics, India's COVID-19 death toll has increased to 5,26,649 in a single day.According to government data, the daily optimism rate is 4.96% and the weekly optimism rate is 4.73%.According to the records, 87.75 crore of total tests have been conducted so far, out of which 3,91,187 have been conducted in the last 24 hours.