Relatives plant roses on the graves of Covid-19 victims at the Bada Qabrastan graveyard, in Mumbai, India. Photo: EPA-EFERelatives plant roses on the graves of Covid-19 victims at the Bada Qabrastan graveyard, in Mumbai, India. Photo: EPA-EFE
Relatives plant roses on the graves of Covid-19 victims at the Bada Qabrastan graveyard, in Mumbai, India. Photo: EPA-EFE

India’s Mumbai braces for monsoon diseases amid surging coronavirus outbreak

  • India’s most populous city, already reeling from coronavirus infections, now faces torrential downpours and flooding
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Relatives plant roses on the graves of Covid-19 victims at the Bada Qabrastan graveyard, in Mumbai, India. Photo: EPA-EFERelatives plant roses on the graves of Covid-19 victims at the Bada Qabrastan graveyard, in Mumbai, India. Photo: EPA-EFE
Relatives plant roses on the graves of Covid-19 victims at the Bada Qabrastan graveyard, in Mumbai, India. Photo: EPA-EFE
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