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Delhi Lockdown: Impact on income, behavioral changes of non-migrant workers

DNA Sunday, 17 May 2020 ()
The researchers point to the role of extreme fear and media coverage in driving these unprecedented behavioral changes. Throughout the lockdown, 80% of people reported feeling extremely concerned about COVID-19. To demonstrate the unparalleled media coverage of COVID-19, the researchers use Twitter data to show that since March...
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