Poverty and a poor healthcare system make India's battle against COVID-19 difficult. Many can't work because of the lockdown. They need humanitarian aid. Religious conflict makes the situation worse.
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For those already battling infectious diseases in India, their suffering is compounded with the devastating impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. Tanika Godbole reports from New Delhi.
India's coronavirus crisis has pushed millions into forced isolation and unemployment. Health experts warn that anxiety, depression and suicide are on the rise and that mental health could be the country's next crisis.
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