COVID-19, Delhi: Due to the rapidly increasing coronavirus infection and Omicron in the capital of the country, the High Court and all the district courts will work online from January 3 to January 15. According to news agency ANI, Delhi’s High Court and district courts will function only in virtual mode from January 3 to January 15 due to the increasing cases of COVID-19.
Let us inform you that since the beginning of Covid-19 last year, the hearing started in the High Court digitally and on November 22 this year, the proceedings were resumed directly. Now the increasing cases of COVID-19 will work only on virtual mode from January 3 to January 15 in Delhi High Court and district courts from the first month of 2022 next year.
Let us inform you that amidst increasing infection in the country, the total number of cases of coronavirus variant Omicron reached 961 on Thursday, of which one-third of the infected people have been cured. In this way, now the number of active patients of Omicron is 641. Today on Thursday, Joint Secretary, Union Health Ministry, Lav Agarwal said, there are 961 cases of coronavirus in India, out of which 320 patients have been cured. Over 330,000 cases of Omicron and a total of 59 deaths have been reported in 121 countries around the world in a single month.