On Sunday, Kerala reported 45 new cases of Omicron. Since the first case of a new variation was detected on December 7, this is the largest number in a single day. According to Health Minister Veena George, the overall number of Omicron cases in the state has climbed to 152 with the addition of 45 additional cases. Nine of the new cases were from high-risk countries, while 32 came from low-risk ones, according to the minister. Only four persons in the area were afflicted. In Ernakulam, 16 new cases have been reported. Thiruvananthapuram, the state capital, has reported nine instances. The state had 44 cases with more than 100 points two days ago. Given the rising number of instances, Veena George has asked for enhanced monitoring. “In the next days, we must exercise extreme caution. To act in the role of Covid, we must be extremely cautious. When people talk, I notice that they remove their masks. It is not a good idea to do so “The state is fully prepared, according to the minister, with ample oxygen supplies and beds.