The largest coronavirus lockdown in the world is happening right now in India. The country’s 1.3 billion people are required to stay at home for 21 days.
And just over a week in, reports of harsh police crackdowns, homeless people being left stranded and a surge in positive coronavirus cases, illustrate the difficulties the country faces in enforcing a nationwide lockdown.
With such a dense population, how does India plan to curb the spread of COVID-19? Some experts say the country’s most vulnerable are at risk.
Emanuela Campanella explains.
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