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India between Stage 2 and 3 of Covid-19 pandemic: Health ministry

IndiaTimes Monday, 6 April 2020
India is between Stage 2 and 3 of coronavirus pandemic with large number of cases being found in particular areas, the Union Health Ministry said on Monday concurring with the AIIMS Director's remarks that localised community transmission is being observed in some pockets of the country.
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