India's 1.3 billion people under lockdown
Police officers wield their batons against a man as a punishment for breaking the lockdown rules after India omore
People line up standing in circles drawn with chalk to maintain a safe distance as they wait to buy medicine imore
A man sits at New Delhi's border barricade in New Delhi, March 23. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
Police officers in protective suits arrive in a residential area to check on people under home quarantine in Amore
A view shows empty roads during a curfew in Ahmedabad, March 22. REUTERS/Amit Dave
An almost empty highway during lockdown in New Delhi, March 23. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
People maintain a safe distance as they line up to buy vegetables at a stadium turned into a makeshift market more
People line up standing in circles drawn to maintain a safe distance as they wait to buy grocery items in Kolkmore
A police officer wields his baton against a man as a punishment for breaking the lockdown rules in New Delhi, more
A view shows an almost empty road during a curfew in Mumbai, March 24. REUTERS/Prashant Waydande
Migrant workers walk with their children as they look out for transport to return to their villages, after Indmore
A woman wearing a protective mask waits for a bus to return to her village, in New Delhi, March 23. REUTERS/Admore
People travel in a crowded bus to return to their cities and villages before the start of the lockdown, in Kolmore
A view shows almost empty roads before the start of the lockdown, in Kolkata, March 23. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdmore
A boy plays on a near-empty street during lockdown in New Delhi, March 25. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
People line up in circles drawn with chalk to maintain a safe distance as they wait to enter a supermarket in more
People clap and bang utensils from their balconies to cheer for emergency personnel and sanitation workers whomore
Migrant workers wait in line to receive free food outside Howrah railway station during the lockdown, in Kolkamore
A railway employee talks on the phone inside an empty train compartment after railway services were shut down more
Traffic moves along roads in Ahmedabad, March 21. REUTERS/Amit Dave
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