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Locked-Down in INDIA due to Coronavirus! I Days 1-5

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Locked-Down in INDIA due to Coronavirus! I Days 1-5

On March 24th, 2020 Indian Prime Minister Modi put the ENTIRE country on a strict 21 day lockdown! I just happened to be in India during this tragic time. What's it like being a foreigner in another country during a world-wide pandemic? Follow me on my first 5 days of my lock-down in India as I desperately try to find food, as well as keep a healthy and positive mind through all of this.

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Coronavirus: Monkeys, Dogs, Cows Roam India's Streets

Dozens of monkeys, dogs and cows roam the deserted streets of New Delhi, India, Sunday, April 5, during the country's lockdown.

India has population 1.3 billion, and tens of millions of cars conspicuously absent, so stray domestic animals and wildlife are filling the void.

India is considering plans to seal off coronavirus hotspots in Delhi, Mumbai and parts of the south, while easing restrictions elsewhere as a way out of a three-week lockdown that has caused deep economic distress, officials said Wednesday.

The sweeping clampdown in the country of 1.3 billion people to prevent an epidemic of COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the virus, ends April 14. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will decide this week whether to extend it.

India now has recorded roughly 5,500 cases of the virus and more than 150 deaths – a small number compared to several other countries. There are fears, however, that those numbers could spike if it spreads into densely packed urban slums.

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Coronavirus lockdown leaves millions of Indian workers unemployed

When India was plunged into a strict lockdown - it left the country's internal migrant workers stranded, many hundreds of miles from home. (Subscribe:

Tens of millions of people who worked as casual labourers in India's major cities are suddenly unemployed with some taking to the roads for the impossibly long walk home, while others crowded inside shelters or slums, relying on charity food parcels to survive.
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Coronavirus outbreak: India's Corona cops in full force during lockdown

Police officers in multiple Indian cities have been donning big, spiky, red helmets that resemble the microscopic coronavirus, in an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of its spread during the country’s sweeping COVID-19 lockdown.

Police in India's western Surat city followed suit with the virus-like helmets and were wielding coronavirus-themed sticks and shields in full force, urging people to stay at home and maintain social distancing as the country's 21-day lockdown continues.

India has so far reported over 4,300 cases of coronavirus and 118 deaths.

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I'd rather die from disease than hunger India's homeless left stranded under coronavirus lockdown

In a densely packed neighbourhood of Delhi, India, hundreds of homeless people lined up for food during a nationwide lockdown, with only a handful of people wearing masks, no social distancing, and without wash stations or hand sanitizer in sight.

We are afraid, but what to do? It is a question of feeding ourselves that is why we are standing so close to each other, said Shiv Kumar. He added that if he stood apart to maintain social distance, then someone else might skip the line.

Most of the estimated 4 million-plus homeless people in India have had no way of earning a living since the lockdown began on March 25. With streets deserted, even begging is not an option.

I would rather die from disease than hunger, said one homeless person, among dozens of others standing at a pavement close to a homeless shelter in Delhi.

While the mass exodus of India's migrant workers has made headlines, with thousands forced to walk miles to reach home since the lockdown began, many aid workers say the millions of homeless in India face a bigger risk.

While some cities like Delhi and Chennai have several homeless shelters, in other parts of the country, like Mumbai, many are stranded on the streets, rights groups say.

Some states are now scrambling to put the homeless in tents in parks, or at schools and other vacant spaces.

India has reported more than 1,500 cases and 38 deaths from the outbreak.

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India's largest slum reports first death from COVID-19

During a nationwide lockdown, a large slum in Mumbai has reported its first death from COVID-19. Neha Poonia explains the challenges of controlling the spread of the virus in such a densely-populated area.

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Should An American Evacuate India | COVID-19 lockdown decision

The U.S. embassy of India alerted Americans about the opportunity for government-sponsored evacuation flights starting April 4th, amongst India's Coronavirus lockdown and curfew. American foreign nations can depart from Mumbai or New Delhi to land in San Francisco, California or Atlanta, Georgia. Unknown if we would be quarantined upon arrival.

The situation after this second week in April is unknown:
We do not know if U.S. government-organized flights returning to the United States will continue after this week. We urge U.S. citizens who want to return to the United States to take advantage of the current opportunities.

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What are the challenges of battling coronavirus in India? I Inside Story

It's been a week since India began the world's biggest lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus.
The country has around 1,600 infections so far, but scientists fear the number could be much higher because of low testing rates.
Health workers in New Delhi are trying to track down at least 2,000 people who stayed at the headquarters of a muslim group, after seven people died of Covid-19.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's shutdown order caught many by surprise.
Millions of migrant workers are struggling to return to their home villages.
And self-isolation isn't an option for millions who live in cramped spaces with poor sanitation.

So what can be done to lessen the impact?


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Over 2,000 Coronavirus Cases In India

The number of COVID-19 cases in the country crossed 2,000 today - with 235 fresh cases being detected within the last 24 hours. The total number of cases across the country is 2069. Of them, 53 people are dead. Much of the spike has come from the religious event held in Delhi last month. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has expressed concern that the numbers may go further up as the countrywide contact tracing of the people who attended the event, progresses further. This morning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held his first video-conference with Chief Ministers on coronavirus, where he asked them to decide on the modalities of a phased movement of people as the lockdown is lifted. The Centre, meanwhile, has asked states to jail people who violate the lockdown.

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Coronavirus: India’s Dharavi slum, one of world’s biggest, reports first coronavirus death

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India’s Dharavi slum in Mumbai city reported its first Covid-19 death on April 1, 2020. The case has now raised concern over the possible spread of the coronavirus in one of the world’s largest slums, which reportedly has around a million residents.

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India lockdown: Tonnes of fruits, vegetables rot in India's biggest Mandi| Coronavirus

Coronavirus lockdown has choked the flow of Delhi's Azadpur Mandi, one of the world's biggest market of fruits and vegetables.
Tonnes of fresh produce is rotting due to lack of demand, which has to be dumped ultimately. The reduced demand comes even as consumers hustle up to stock essentials.
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Muslims in India accused of 'corona jihad' | Interview with Arundhati Roy

India's 1.3 billion people are halfway through a six-week national coronavirus lockdown. The government insists that the restrictions are the key to breaking the chain of COVID-19 transmission. But the battle against the virus also has a religious dimension. DW spoke with acclaimed novelist and political activist Arundhati Roy about a situation she says is 'approaching genocide.' To watch a rebuttal interview with BJP Spokesman Nalin Kohli, go to:

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Coronavirus in Tamil Nadu: Total Lockdown In Chennai, Coimbatore & 3 More Cities

Tamil Nadu has imposed an 'intense' lockdown in five cities from April 26 to curb the spread of coronavirus. The five cities which will witness an intense lockdown are Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Salem and Tirupur. The first will observe the intense lockdown till April 29, while Salem and Tirupur will remain under strict restrictions until April 28.

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This is what it's like for a foreigner in India right now during the corona virus. I don't know what it's like for everyone else but this is my experience. Subscribe and join the Back 2 Life Family!!

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SAFE in INDIA'S Covid-19 Lockdown! UPDATE // Q&A and TOUR of South Goa #IndiaTravel #Coronavirus

It's been a little over 3 weeks since my first Lockdown in India vlog and in this vlog I will be sharing what my day to day quarantine is like as well as answer some questions at the end and explain why I choose to stay in India and not return to the U.S!

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Breaking: 15 April को खत्म होगा Lockdown, लेकिन रहेगी कुछ शर्त | PM Modi On Lockdown | Coronavirus

Breaking: 15 April को खत्म होगा Lockdown, लेकिन रहेगी कुछ शर्त | PM Modi On Lockdown | Coronavirus

Lockdown पर इस वक्त की सबसे बड़ी खबर आई है। PM Narendra Modi ने साफ कर दिया कि 15 April अप्रैल को Lockdown खत्म हो जाएगा, लेकिन पाबंदियां खत्म नहीं होंगी। मुख्यमंत्रियों के साथ बैठक में PM ने ये संकेत दिए हैं।

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FLYING HOME DURING COVID-19 I INDIA TO AMERICA!

It was a long journey indeed that entailed a 9hr train ride from Goa, India to Mumbai, then a 9hr fight to London, then a 10 hr flight to Los Angeles. What's it like traveling during this covid-19 pandemic? Come along with me on one intense journey!
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I took a 9hr train from Goa, India (Magdaon Station) to Panvel (Navi Mumbai) then a 45min taxi to Mumbai International Airport, then boarded an Air India evacuation flight that was being sent to London to repatriate Indian Citizens, I then took a 10hr flight from London to Los Angeles.

Train: $38.00
Taxi to Mumbai: $40
Flight to London: $725
Flight from London to LA: $435

Total to reach home: $1,238

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How Nafisa Ali Is Fighting Coronavirus Lockdown in Goa | NewsMo

Veteran Actress Nafisa Ali who is stranded in Goa due to Coronavirus lockdown talks about how she & other Goans are coping up with this lockdown in the state.

Nafisa shares her plight and talks about the non-availability of ration, food and problems being faced by the people. She says even water is not available and the state is going dry.

She thanks Goa administration for reaching out and helping the locals with the necessities. Watch the video to know more.


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Lockdown: 6 Japanese foreigners to return home from India via special flight

Japanese nationals in India to return home amid lockdown as authorities arrange for their departure. At least six Japanese foreigners in India will leave for Japan from Bangalore. The foreigners will be taken from Vishakhapatnam to Bangalore via special flight. The government of India approved their departure.
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