The country has reported nine more ‘Omicron’ cases, raising the number of people infected with the South African type of COVID ‘Omicron’ in the country to 30.
This information was revealed by the Global Initiative on Sharing All Influenza (GISAID) in Germany on Monday (January 10).
Earlier, the GISAID confirmed another man diagnosed with ‘Omicron’ on Saturday (January 8).
On December 11 last year, ‘Omicron’ cases were detected in the bodies of the first two women cricketers in the country. Then one on December 27 and four on December 28 were identified as ‘Omicron’ affected. Omicron was caught on the bodies of 3 more on December 31. ‘Omicron’ was identified in the bodies of 10 people in on January 6 this year.