Nearly a third of all Indian factories that make active pharmaceutical ingredients are located in areas that were recently placed under pandemic-forced lockdowns, and many workers have fallen ill. Illustration: Brian Wang Nearly a third of all Indian factories that make active pharmaceutical ingredients are located in areas that were recently placed under pandemic-forced lockdowns, and many workers have fallen ill. Illustration: Brian Wang
Nearly a third of all Indian factories that make active pharmaceutical ingredients are located in areas that were recently placed under pandemic-forced lockdowns, and many workers have fallen ill. Illustration: Brian Wang

India’s medicine makers in logistical ‘mess’ as coronavirus crisis disrupts pharmaceutical supply chain

  • World’s largest provider of generic drugs is seeing its pharmaceutical companies stagger shifts as factory workers fall ill and supplies from China are delayed
  • Nearly a third of Indian factories that make active pharmaceutical ingredients are located in areas that were recently placed under pandemic-forced lockdowns

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Nearly a third of all Indian factories that make active pharmaceutical ingredients are located in areas that were recently placed under pandemic-forced lockdowns, and many workers have fallen ill. Illustration: Brian Wang Nearly a third of all Indian factories that make active pharmaceutical ingredients are located in areas that were recently placed under pandemic-forced lockdowns, and many workers have fallen ill. Illustration: Brian Wang
Nearly a third of all Indian factories that make active pharmaceutical ingredients are located in areas that were recently placed under pandemic-forced lockdowns, and many workers have fallen ill. Illustration: Brian Wang
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