Remembering the People of India | The Novel Outbreak

May 04 , 2021 | COVID-19

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A few days ago, Barkha Dutt's father passed away— amid many others in India’s latest outbreak. The Indian broadcaster and Washington Post columnist was a guest on The China Current last year, when she described the evolving pandemic. To honor Barkha's father, we look back at her conversation with our Host James Chau. This is our tribute to the people of India at this time of immense uncertainty.


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