It has actually been a week because India started the world’s most significant lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus.
The nation has around 1,600 infections up until now, however researchers fear the number might be much greater since of low screening rates.
Health employees in New Delhi are attempting to locate a minimum of 2,000 people who remained at the head office of a Muslim group, after 7 people passed away of COVID-19, the illness triggered by the infection.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s shutdown order captured numerous by surprise. Millions of migrant employees are having a hard time to go back to their home towns.
And self-isolation is not an alternative for millions who live in confined areas with bad sanitation.
So what can be done to reduce the effect?
Speaker: Mohammed Jamjoom
Barkha Dutt – Tv reporter and paper writer
Chandra Bhushan – President of the International Online Forum for Environment, Sustainability and Technology
Meenakshi Ganguly – South Asia director at Person Rights Watch
Source: Al Jazeera News