India is between Stage 2 and 3 of coronavirus pandemic with large number of cases being found in particular areas.
A situation report released on April 27, 2020, by the World Health Organization (WHO) has also classified India among countries with 'clusters of cases' based on the country's self-reporting. Most cases in India can be traced to someone who has recent travel history; however, there are some cases where the contact history or the travel history cannot be traced. This means that India is currently between local transmission (Stage 2) but is slowly inching towards community transmission (Stage 3).
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