An Indian doctor describes a typical day during COVID, including turning away patients because there aren’t enough beds.
Minreet Kaur a British Punjabi freelance journalist and broadcaster. She writes about culture, communities, religion and human rights.
Despite ongoing physical distancing measures, many are determined to celebrate the religious tradition safely.
As a baby, she was left to die on a rubbish dump. Now, she is determined to help others for as long as she can.
It has long been hidden behind a wall of stigma and shame, but slowly more people are speaking out and getting help.