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The Invisible Crisis: Refugees and COVID-19 in India
International Journal of Refugee Law Pub Date : 2021-06-10 , DOI: 10.1093/ijrl/eeab011
Roshni Shanker, Prabhat Raghavan

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a serious economic impact on the global population, with many countries on the brink of collapse and people left scrambling for essential supplies. In India, fears about the impending crisis and its catastrophic effects, given India’s dense population and inadequate public health-care facilities, led the prime minister to call for a complete lockdown from 25 March 2020 – with less than four hours’ notice. India’s lockdown has been one of the world’s largest and strictest, and its impact has been devastating, particularly for more vulnerable groups, such as asylum seekers and refugees, who have lost their livelihoods and have struggled to sustain themselves.

中文翻译:

看不见的危机:印度的难民和 COVID-19

COVID-19 大流行对全球人口产生了严重的经济影响,许多国家处于崩溃的边缘,人们纷纷抢购必需品。在印度,考虑到印度人口稠密且公共医疗设施不足,对即将到来的危机及其灾难性影响的担忧导致总理呼吁从 2020 年 3 月 25 日起实施全面封锁——提前不到四小时通知。印度的封锁措施是世界上规模最大、最严格的封锁措施之一,其影响是毁灭性的,特别是对寻求庇护者和难民等更弱势群体而言,他们失去了生计并难以维持生计。
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