Lockdown in New Delhi as India sees new virus record, migrants flee
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New Delhi announced a one-week lockdown on Monday after a record surge in cases overburdened the Indian capital’s health care infrastructure. Overall, India, registered 273,810 fresh coronavirus infections and 1,619 deaths on Monday, a new daily record amid a second wave of the pandemic. The latest figures took the total caseload to 15 million, with 178,769 deaths so far, the Health Ministry website showed. New Delhi, the worst-hit among Indian cities, will enter lockdown until April 26, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced, warning the city’s resources were almost at a breaking point in t…

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