Round about COVID-19 - Challenges ahead
India, March 27 -- Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day-long lockdown across the country in order to tackle the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. As soon as the lockdown was announced, people rushed to nearby grocery stores and milk shops to stock on daily essentials. Within two days of lock down the stores have gone out of stock with essential commodities. The prices are shot up. Due to Sunday's Janata Curfew, fruits, flowers and vegetables gone rotten in the market as people could not reach here. In between the price of tomatoes soared to Rs 100 per kg. One normal shopping bag which used to be for ten rupees is now for 25 rupees. Onion, green leafy veggies and fruits soared to double the price. Vegetable vendor in Navi Mumbai, Dadar ...
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