12 suspected Omicron case in Oman : Minister of Health

Image Credit: twitter @Omanimoh
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Muscat: His Excellency Dr. Ahmed bin Muhammad Al-Saidi, Minister of Health, reviews the developments of the Omicron mutant in an interview that is taking place now with the Sultanate of Oman TV.

His Excellency affirms the Supreme Committee’s continuous follow-up of all developments regarding the Corona virus, and indicates that there are 12 suspected cases in the Sultanate of Oman of the mutant Omicron.

His Excellency: Cases began to rise in intensive care from 3 to 5 cases, calling on citizens and residents to adhere to precautionary measures and the demand for vaccination available in all health institutions in the governorates of the Sultanate of Oman.

His Excellency: Reports from South Africa indicate that Omicron is less virulent than others, but what is worrying about this virus is the speed of its spread.

His Excellency: The increase in cases recorded in intensive care is not due to Omicron, but rather due to lax commitment to precautionary measures.

His Excellency confirms that the number of seasonal influenza cases has decreased very comfortably due to the precautionary measures.

His Excellency praises the effective and important role of the media in refuting rumors and conveying correct information since the start of the pandemic until now.

His Excellency: The third dose is given to people who have immunosuppressive diseases and gives more protection from the virus.

His Excellency: The percentage of vaccinated Omanis from the target group of 12 years and over is 92 percent, and the percentage of those who received the second dose is 86 percent.

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