30 Pics To Show Why India Could Be Number 1 In Corona Virus Cases

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Coronavirus is deadly, and the Government is taking stern steps to stop it. Lockdown is a critical process to prevent the spread of coronavirus.  But, regardless of the threat, people act casually taking their and other’s life to risk.
We have gathered a collection of pics and videos to show how people are defying the lockdown rules and helping coronavirus win within India. If people keep on supporting the virus, then India can easily top the chart with the highest number of patients in the world.
Some of the pics may not be recent but it shows the temperament of the people and shows how seriously people take the virus. Simple mistakes can create ripples that will become difficult to stop.
Have a look at these pics and learn to stay safe!

 

Pics To Show How People Are Helping Corona Win In India

 

liquor shop crowd not following social distancing
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Photo Credit: outlookindia

 

vegetable markets operating during corona causing spread
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Photo Credit: dtnext

 

crowd following the migrant crisis
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Photo Credit: thefederal

 

doctor giving fake covid certificate
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Photo Credit: twitter user
kolkata not following social distancing
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Pic from Kolkata on June 1 | Photo Credit: tosshub

 

delhi people eating outside during corona virus
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Photo Credit: indiatoday
ticket counter not following social distancing
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Pic from Gorakhpur Railway Station on June 2 | Photo Credit: indiatoday
devotees in chatra amid lockdown
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Photo Credit: telegraphindia

On 15 June 2020, nearly 20,000 devotees gathered at the Kauleshwari Devi Temple on the hills in Hunterganj block of Chatra district, over 170km north of Jharkhand capital Ranchi. They nicely violated lockdown provisions and had no concern for masks and social distancing norms.

free milk disturbed the social distancing in bengaluru
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Photo Credit: deccanherald

Around 2,000 people gathered in front of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) office in Kamalanagar in West Bengaluru on the morning of April 3 to get the free milk that was distributed for the needy. Clearly visible, the crowd did not maintain social distancing norms.

 

 

raja singh violates social distancing
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Photo Credit: thehindu

Raja Singh outside his residence in Goshamahal with 70-odd supporters gathered and referred Coronavirus as “China Virus”. They also raised slogans of “Chinese virus go back”. Incident of April 5.

social distancing violated while boarding buses
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Photo Credit: timesofindia

A policeman urging people to follow social distancing norms in Esplanade, Kolkata.

no social distancing while boarding buses in kolkata
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Photo Credit: timesofindia

On June 7 commuters in Kolkata were seen floating social distance norms to board buses.

mumbai terrace party amid lockdown
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Photo Credit: financialexpress

An update of May 21 where Mumbai Police arrested two members of a cooperative housing society in Ghatkopar area where they organised a party with snacks and music earlier that week.

 

markets amid lockdown
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Photo Credit: bbci
boarding bus in india and not following social distance
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Photo Credit: bbci
alcohol shop during lockdown is overcrowded
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Photo Credit: thgim
market during lockdown
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Photo Credit: newindianexpress
people boarding trains without social distance
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Photo Credit: googleusercontent
migrants in a truck amid lockdown
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Photo Credit: indiatoday
alcohol store rush during lockdown
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Photo Credit: timesofindia
protest amid corona scare
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Photo Credit: deccanherald

Anti China protest in India after Indian Soldiers were killed in Galwan Valley. The cause was good but given the Corona situation, such a gathering can be fatal.

anti china protest is dangerous during corona virus outspread
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Photo Credit: indiatimes
congress protesting fuel price hike
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Photo Credit: telanganatoday

Congress party protesting against fuel price hike Ahmadabad on June 29. Again a good cause but wrong time as the coronavirus is looking out for such occasions and mass gatherings.

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