Can India control record-breaking COVID-19 infections? | Inside Story

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India declared an endgame to the pandemic just a month ago.
Now it is recording nearly 300,000 new COVID-19 cases every day.
Hospitals are running out of beds and oxygen.
India, the world's largest vaccine maker, is limiting exports of jabs to the UN-backed COVAX scheme for developing nations.
What is the impact on the rest of the world if India cannot get its second wave under control?

Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom


Guests:

T. Sundararaman - Global Coordinator, People’s Health Movement.

Deepsikha Chettri - Member, UNESCO’s International Bioethics Committee.

Uday Chandra - Assistant Professor of Government, Georgetown University.

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