India’s COVID catastrophe shows world the danger of complacency
Understanding the crisis' implications for the rest of the world. Are governments around the world simply repeating the same mistakes? In a country of 1.4 billion people like India, the consequences are on a whole new scale. In this piece, Chris Kay and P.R. Sanjay explore how the confident reaction to the low infection rates at the beginning of the year has turned into a catastrophic resurgence of COVID-19 in the country. Closely examining the crisis, they also explain the worrying implications this has for many other developing countries.
From Bloomberg Businessweek