100 staffs include four Supreme Court judges are tests positive for COVID1 min read
According to the news agency ANI, at least four Supreme Court justices have tested positive for the coronavirus illness (Covid-19). According to the article, some 150 staff members have also been afflicted as the Covid-19 situation in the country worsens.
The supreme court has a total of 32 judges on duty, as well as 3,000 support employees.
In India, the number of Covid-19 cases has increased sixfold in the last seven days. On Monday, the country recorded approximately 1.80 lakh instances of illness in the previous 24 hours, bringing India’s infection total to 3,57,07,727.
Cases of Omicron variant are also fast increasing, with the number currently exceeding 4,000. According to the Union Ministry of Health’s most recent numbers, there are 4,033 instances of the highly transmissible strain. According to the health ministry, Maharashtra led the way with 1,126 instances, followed by Rajasthan (529), Delhi (513), Karnataka (441) and Kerala (333).
According to data issued by the Union Health Ministry on Monday morning, the country’s daily positive rate increased to 13.29 percent.