Pandemic alert: Omicron poses new threat with detection of highly contagious BF.7 of COVID in India.

With the country witnessing a decline in Covid-19 cases, the virus is posing a new threat with its highly contagious

Omron sub-version BF.7. According to several reports, the first case of BF.7 has been detected by the Gujarat

Biotechnology Research Center. According to the IANS report, the Omicron sub-variants - BA.5.1.7 and BF.7

after emerging from the region of Mongolia in China are now making their way to other parts and posing a threat.

A new sub version of Omron in India The Omicron variants BF.7 and BA.5.1.7 are behind the recent surge in reported Covid-19

cases in China. Experts have advised proper treatment of Covid as a precaution before the upcoming festive season.

About Kovid-19 case in India The country's active caseload currently stands at 26,834 cases which is reported to be 0.06 per cent

of the total positive cases in the country. India's daily positivity rate is reported to be 1.86 per cent while the weekly 

positivity rate is currently around 1.02 per cent on Monday. India's Union Health Ministry said on Monday

morning that a total of 2,060 fresh Covid cases were detected in the last 24 hours, with 2,401 registered on the previous day.