India's COVID lockdown: The impact of mass internal migration

When the Indian government first imposed a lockdown against the coronavirus outbreak in March 2020, tens of millions of migrants fled the cities in which they worked as their food and incomes dried up.
Most travelled on foot, often thousands of kilometres, with many dying along the way.
One teenage girl hit the headlines for ferrying her injured father back home on the back of her bicycle.
Here is how she and some other migrants are faring months later.

Al Jazeera’s Elizabeth Puranam reports from New Delhi, India.

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