Coronavirus has been confirmed in 21 personnel at the Indian Navy headquarters in the Indian city of Mumbai.
According to a report by the British Broadcasting Agency (BBC), India's Ministry of Defense officials said the Coronavirus had spread to the Naval Base in the western Mumbai region.
The Indian Navy said in its statement that COD-19 (coronavirus) was diagnosed with 21 personnel at INS Ganga, the center of the Western Command Force.
There was no such report on a ship or submarine, he said.
According to the latest data from the Indian Ministry of Health, the number of coronavirus cases in the country has increased to 11,906 and 480 people have died.
The Indian Navy said in its statement earlier this month that several personnel from an army coming to the test were tested, most of which came positive.
All affected personnel is under treatment, the statement said.
According to the report, all Indian Navy personnel are living in the same block which has been declared as an isolation zone and has been locked down.
Chief of the Navy, Admiral Kambar Singh, in his message last week, called on the personnel to keep ships and submarines free of viruses.
"The Corona Voice epidemic is unconventional, which has never occurred before, with its effects on India and the world as a whole," he said.
According to reports, the Indian Navy is playing an active role against the Coronavirus in the country.
The Indian Navy has set up isolation centers in its hospitals to treat coronavirus patients, and quarantine centers have also been set up.
The report said that reports of the virus were being reviewed and monitored overseas in Indian Naval Base.