Near-empty roads in Mumbai, India, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed a three-week long nationwide lockdown for its 1.3 billion people. Photo: Bloomberg Near-empty roads in Mumbai, India, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed a three-week long nationwide lockdown for its 1.3 billion people. Photo: Bloomberg
Near-empty roads in Mumbai, India, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed a three-week long nationwide lockdown for its 1.3 billion people. Photo: Bloomberg
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In this time of crisis, wealthy nations must help the less fortunate

  • The challenge is that the world’s worst-off countries are the least prepared, lacking hospital facilities and vital supplies and equipment

Near-empty roads in Mumbai, India, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed a three-week long nationwide lockdown for its 1.3 billion people. Photo: Bloomberg Near-empty roads in Mumbai, India, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed a three-week long nationwide lockdown for its 1.3 billion people. Photo: Bloomberg
Near-empty roads in Mumbai, India, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi imposed a three-week long nationwide lockdown for its 1.3 billion people. Photo: Bloomberg
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