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For millions of India's migrant workers, walking hundreds of kilometers to find a safe haven is the only option during the country's 21-day lockdown. But on the journey, out-of-work daily-wage earners are facing starvation and harassment from police. As the country continues to grapple with an ill-equipped health care system, the coronavirus crisis has further revealed India's systemic class issues.
In this episode:
Elizabeth Puranam (@LizPuranam), Al Jazeera's correspondent in India.
India: Coronavirus lockdown sees exodus from cities
Indian migrant workers sprayed with disinfectant chemical
Can healthcare in poor nations withstand coronavirus?
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April 8, 2020: We've updated this episode to include details about Liz's ability to report from the field.