819 cases of Covid sub-variant JN.1 reported from 12 states: Official sources


PTI, Jan 9, 2024, 2:38 PM IST

A total of 819 cases of COVID-19 sub-variant JN.1 were reported from 12 states till Monday, official sources said.

They said 250 cases were reported from Maharashtra, 199 from Karnataka, 148 from Kerala, 49 from Goa, 36 from Gujarat, 30 each from Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan, 26 each from Tamil Nadu and Telangana, 21 from Delhi, three from Odisha and one from Haryana.

Even though the number of JN.1 cases is rising, there is no cause of immediate concern as the majority of those infected are opting for home-based treatment, indicating a mild illness, officials said.

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