Reuters Photojournalist Adnan Abidi on Shooting Delhi’s COVID-19 Crisis


By May 12, authorities in India reported that an unexpected second surge of COVID-19 in the country had caused 23 million infections and roughly 250,000 deaths. These were the official numbers—epidemiologists say the actual number of deaths, so far clustered in urban centers like Mumbai and Delhi, is two to five times the government estimates. In April, the positivity rate was 36 percent.

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