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There is global concern and widespread alarm at the discovery of SARS-CoV-2 variant B.1.1.529, which the World Health Organization (WHO) has called Omicron.
The WHO has classified Omicron as a `variant of concern` because it has a wide range of mutations.
Ambattur saw the most rainfall in Chennai at 117mm. Parts of Perambur, Mylapore, Ayanavaram, Mambalam, Alandur, Purasawalkam and Guindy all saw heavy rainfall.
Several areas in Chennai were inundated once again after heavy rains lashed the city on the night of Friday, November 26, and the early hours of Saturday, November 27. Chennai received 82.5 mm of rainfall up till 5.30 am on Saturday. While Chennai North, which includes Red Hills, Royapuram, Vyasarpadi, etc received 67 mm of rainfall up till 5:30 am on Saturday, the Chennai (Marina) zone received 73 mm. Several parts of Chennai such as the Lake View Road and areas around Arya Gowda road in West Mambalam and streets in KK Nagar (West) including Vembuliamman Koil street, Lambert Nagar, Alwarthirunagar Thiruvalluvar street were all waterlogged. T Nagar, an area identified for area-based development under the Smart Cities Mission, too was flooded post rains on Friday.
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