Omicron BF.7 Symptoms, Precautions & Vaccine, COVID-19 Cases In India

Omicron BF.7 Symptoms are similar to its other strains, one who will get infected will get fever, cough, sore throat, and a runny nose. At present, this strain of Omicron of Coronavirus has created havoc in China. The speed with which the cases of omicron BF.7 are increasing in China, if it continues to increase like this, then it is estimated that about one million people may lose their lives.

Omicron BF.7 Symptoms

In view of this devastation of Omicron BF.7, the Government of India has already started implementing new rules and regulations related to COVID-19 across the country to protect the lives of citizens. Cases of this strain of omicron have also been found in India, according to recent media reports two people infected with Omicron BF.7 have been identified in Gujarat.

Virus SARS-CoV-2 
Variant  Omicron 
Strain BF.7
Symptoms  fever, cough, sore throat, running nose, stomach pain, and loose motions.
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Other than common symptoms: fever, cough, sore throat, and running nose, those who are getting infected with the Omicron BF.7 are facing stomach pain and loose motions. It is highly recommended to all to visit the official website of Word Health Organisation, to get detailed information subject to Omicron BF.7 Symptoms.

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Omicron BF.7 Precautions 

According to the doctors, it is expected that as many hospitalizations are not being seen due to this train as seen in the previous wave of coronavirus, because the mortality rate of Omicron BF.7 is less than its other strains. This does not mean that there is no need to be afraid of this strain of omicron, all people should adopt SOPs of COVID-19 to not get affected with it.

Precautions that must be adopted are as follows.

  • One must maintain proper hygiene.
  • It is mandatory to wear a mask.
  • Wash hands frequently.
  • Use sanitizer after touching any place or thing.
  • Citizens who haven’t yet jabbed any dose of COVID-19, must take it.
  • One must avoid touching any unknown object or coming in contact with any person, whose immunity is very low.
  • It is mandatory for every single individual to maintain social distance.
  • Don’t shake hands with anyone, greet one another from a distance.
  • It is highly recommended to meet a doctor if you feel that you have symptoms of Omicron BF.7.

To learn more about the previous which are recommended by the World Health Organisation for individuals, organisations and governments, please navigate to

Omicron BF.7 Symptoms

Omicron BF.7 Vaccine 

Vaccines for Omicron BF.7 are Covaxin, Covishield, and Sputnik-V. Those who already have jabbed both doses of any of those vaccines can get booster doses, if he/she is eligible for it. Those who don’t yet vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine must get vaccinated, because it will increase her immunity and help to fight against the Omicron BF.7. According to experts, to increase immunity against this strain of Omicron every single citizen of India must take a booster dose.

COVID-19 Cases In India

As per official website of the Government of India,, as of 22nd December 2022. There are a total number of 3402 COVID-19 active cases in India. To Know UT/state-wise active cases of COVID-19, please go through the table, which is available below.

S.No. State / UT Cases
1 Andaman and Nicobar Islands 0
2 Andhra Pradesh 3
3 Arunachal Pradesh 0
4 Assam 0
5 Bihar 4
6 Chandigarh 0
7 Chhattisgarh 2
8 Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu 0
9 Delhi 27
10 Goa 13
11 Gujarat 23
12 Haryana 43
13 Himachal Pradesh 19
14 Jammu and Kashmir 9
15 Jharkhand 0
16 Karnataka 1263
17 Kerala 1438
18 Ladakh 3
19 Lakshadweep 0
20 Madhya Pradesh 7
21 Maharashtra 135
22 Manipur 0
23 Meghalaya 2
24 Mizoram 0
25 Nagaland 0
26 Odisha 103
27 Puducherry 2
28 Punjab 8
29 Rajasthan 52
30 Sikkim 0
31 Tamil Nadu 45
32 Telangana 34
33 Tripura 0
34 Uttarakhand 29
35 Uttar Pradesh 98
36 West Bengal 40
Total 3402

Out of the total active cases of COVID-19, 1438 and 1263 cases are from Kerala and Karnataka, respectively, and the remaining from 34 other States and Union Territories of India.

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