The 4 Stages of Coronavirus Outbreak: Briefly Explained
coronavirus has spread widely across the length and breadth of the world. Worse
effects of this virus have been witnessed in other foreign countries including
China, Italy and the USA. More than 5 lakh cases have been reported by the
World Health Organization (WHO) leading to more than 24 thousand deaths
India is also fighting with this situation of the outbreak and handling it well till now. Indian Government has reported more than 900 confirmed cases of coronavirus with 19 deaths. The first case of coronavirus in India was diagnosed on January 30. Since then the virus has remained in its second stage in the country.
The 4 Stages of Coronavirus Outbreak
spread in total 4 stages and in the guide below you can find more information
about those different stages:
Stage 1- The Imported Cases: If any individual travels from a COVID-19 affected country to another country and he/ she is suffering from Coronavirus then this is the first stage of the outbreak. A group of Italians is considered to be the coronavirus outbreak in India.
Stage 2- The Local Transmission: There are times when people come in contact with the people who have a travel history of visiting coronavirus affected countries and this virus transfers to those people as well and this leads to the second stage of COVID-19.
Stage 3- The Community Transmission: When the infected individuals come in contact with other natives of the country which leads to the spread of Coronavirus on a large scale then this results in the third stage of the fatal virus.
Stage 4- The Epidemic: During this stage of the Coronavirus outbreak, it spreads so widely that it takes the shape of an epidemic. It becomes hard to find its origin and the reason for the outbreak once it becomes an epidemic. China, Italy and Spain are already facing this vulnerable situation.
Indian Government has taken some appreciable steps to halt
the outbreak of the lethal COVID-19. All international and domestic flights,
railways, metro and other travel services have been stopped all over the
country. An official lockdown has been announced by the Government in which
only essential goods and services will be available for the citizens residing
The only method to control this deadly virus is to avoid
social gatherings, staying home for a few days and maintain a proper social