Tue. Oct 19th, 2021

Millions of migrant workers have fled from India’s cities since the coronavirus lockdown in March. Public transportation was stopped and people had to walk long distances to their home villages. Many feared being left without food and clean water if they stayed, and being kept from their families. So how are those workers faring since they’ve headed home? DW’s India correspondent Nimisha Jaiswal traveled to Rajasthan to find out.


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7 thoughts on “Coronavirus India: How are migrants doing since fleeing the cities? | DW News”
  1. Too many people and too few resources. Men need to provide for children they have.
    Men need to have Vasectomies so they do not have more children than they can provide for.
    Having a child you can not provide food, shelter, clothing and love for is cruel.

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