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The Covid-19 Crisis in India. A Nascent Humanitarian Tragedy

Abstract : The lockdown in reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic will have terrible consequences on an informal economy that relies first and foremost on movements and will deepen the socioeconomic inequalities that divide the country. The risk of people dying from hunger is extremely high and the death toll worsened by poor health infrastructures.
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Marine Al Dahdah, Mathieu Ferry, Isabelle Guérin, Govindan Venkatasubramanian. The Covid-19 Crisis in India. A Nascent Humanitarian Tragedy. Books &, La Vie des idées-Books & ideas, 2020, Dossier: Faces of the Pandemic. ⟨hal-03573892⟩



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