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Covid-19: No community spread yet, clarifies Centre

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 21 July 2020 ()
The health ministry on Tuesday reiterated that there are “clusters of cases and pockets of localised transmission” of Covid-19, amid reports of officials in some states saying that community transmission has taken place. “WHO does not define community transmission. It gives its member-states room to define the stage of transmission,” the health ministry, said.
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