In The Wake of Omicron Alert, 100 Returnees From Abroad Untraceable Near Mumbai

Mumbai: Amid the Omicron scare, Kalyan Dombivali Municipal Corporation chief Vijay Suryavanshi stated today that 109 of the 295 recent foreign returnees to the Thane district township are currently untraceable. Returnees to KDMC areas from ”at-risk” nations have to undergo 7-day home quarantine.

According to Vijay, Some of these people’s phones were turned off, and many of the last homes given were found to be locked.

Returnees to KDMC bounds from all “at- risk” nations must undertake a 7-day home quarantine, with a COVID-19 test administered on the eighth day, according to Mr Suryavanshi.

“Even if the test is negative, they will be subjected to another seven-day home quarantine, and it will be the responsibility of housing society members to guarantee that the rule is followed. Marriages, meetings, and other events are being monitored for possible infractions “he stated

“Approximately 72% of persons in KDMC have received the first dosage of the vaccine, and 52% have been fully vaccinated,” he added.

Recently, an Omicron case was discovered in a Dombivali resident.

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