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COVID-19 and Indian States: Spread, Risk and Implications   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Summary: "India's three-week stringent countrywide lockdown to curb the spread of COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019], introduced from 25 March 2020, has been extended till 3 May 2020. The extension indicates the government's efforts to manage the outbreak as its topmost priority. This paper studies the spread of COVID-19 within the Indian federation and looks closely at the situation across the country's regions and states. It divides the states according to the degree of spread and nature of risk, and identifies Maharashtra, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh as the three most affected and risk-prone states right now."

Report Number:
ISAS Insights No. 613; Institute of South Asian Studies Insights No. 613
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2020-04-18
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National University of Singapore. Institute of South Asian Studies
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National University of Singapore. Institute of South Asian Studies: https://www.isas.nus.edu.sg/
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