India > Pandemics have always revealed the weakness of the Indian state

The first two waves of the Covid-19 pandemic possibly claimed four million lives in India. Still, the question of healthcare remains absent from national politics. A man walks past a mural showing a health worker and a shadow of a Hindu deity, painted to create awareness about the spread of Covid-19 in Mumbai. November 2021. Photo: ZUMA Wire / IMAGO

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