A truck carrying migrant workers leaves for Uttar Pradesh state from the outskirts of Mumbai on Thursday. Photo: AP A truck carrying migrant workers leaves for Uttar Pradesh state from the outskirts of Mumbai on Thursday. Photo: AP
A truck carrying migrant workers leaves for Uttar Pradesh state from the outskirts of Mumbai on Thursday. Photo: AP

Coronavirus: fear and foreboding in Mumbai, India’s worst-hit city

  • About a quarter of India’s more than 80,000 cases are in Mumbai, where hospitals are running out of beds – and places to store the dead
  • Doctors, nurses, police and sanitation workers are all exhausted. But some fear with the lifting of the lockdown, the worst is yet to come

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A truck carrying migrant workers leaves for Uttar Pradesh state from the outskirts of Mumbai on Thursday. Photo: AP A truck carrying migrant workers leaves for Uttar Pradesh state from the outskirts of Mumbai on Thursday. Photo: AP
A truck carrying migrant workers leaves for Uttar Pradesh state from the outskirts of Mumbai on Thursday. Photo: AP
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