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Is India downplaying its COVID crisis?

The Signal
India is facing the world's worst COVID crisis yet. Hospitals are running out of oxygen and bodies are being burnt in the street. The country is now recording 400,000 new infections per day, and Australia has slammed shut the border for at least the next two weeks. So why does India's Government seem to be aggressively playing the crisis down? Featured: James Oaten, ABC South Asia Correspondent, Delhi Dr Arun N. Madhavan, medical consultant, Quality Clinic, Palakkad, Kerala Katie Bhagat, Australian traveller in India Dr Farah Husain, critical care specialist, Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital, Delhi

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