Indian Immigrants In Mississippi Look To Homeland With Concern About COVID-19
While the rate of coronavirus infections has slowed down in the United States, many other countries are struggling with high hospitalizations and low vaccine supply.
Shalina Chatlani of the Gulf States Newsroom speaks with Indian immigrants in Mississippi who are concerned about their families and friends in their native country.
This article was originally published on WBUR.org.
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