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Limited Community Transmission Of Coronavirus Starts In India:- The Union Health Ministry today said that the limited community transmission of coronavirus started in the country. For the first time, India is entering into the phase so that the patient's infection cannot be traced and isolated. India registered a total number of 1190 positive cases in India and 29 deaths. The ministry of health and family welfare issued late on Sunday night a document detailing the standard operating procedure (SOP).
It is heard that there are four major stages of the outbreak of coronavirus. Stage one is all about the cases that are imported from other countries. Stage 2 is when there is a local transmission of the spread. This happens when a person who is tested positive gets in touch with others. The third stage is of community transmission and the fourth stage is an epidemic. The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) made it clear that India is in stage two of coronavirus. The number of cases with no contact or travel history is tested positive in the last one week.
This community transmission happens when the source of infection is untraced and the patient has no travel history. The transmission is happening in over half a dozen states and it is hard to trace the people who are infected.