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Relatively stable trend in rate at which coronavirus infection is increasing: Health ministry

IndiaTimes Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
There has been no solid evidence of community transmission of Covid-19 in India as yet and the infection appears to be relatively stabilising considering the rate at which it is increasing, the health ministry said on Thursday. At the same, it said the latest figures do not establish a clear trend and in no way the government is relaxed about anything at this point.
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