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How India's coronavirus lockdown is affecting its poorest citizens

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How India's coronavirus lockdown is affecting its poorest citizens

How India's coronavirus lockdown is affecting its poorest citizens

After Narendra Modi told Indians to 'forget what going out means' as the country attempts to slow the spread of Covid-19, millions of the country's poorest residents, from day labourers to homeless citizens, are bearing the brunt of the world's biggest coronavirus lockdown.


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