Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Here's How Stranded Foreigners are Surviving in India

India | Associated Press | April 3, 2020, 12:25 pm
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 Tourists stranded in India after their vacations were abruptly ended by coronavirus lockdown and grounded flights are running out of money and hoping their embassies can help them get home. (Image: AP)
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Tourists stranded in India after their vacations were abruptly ended by coronavirus lockdown and grounded flights are running out of money and hoping their embassies can help them get home. (Image: AP)

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 Tourists listen as another stranded foreign tourist plays the ukulele at a hostel in New Delhi. (Image: AP)
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Tourists listen as another stranded foreign tourist plays the ukulele at a hostel in New Delhi. (Image: AP)

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 Australian Matthew Chinery looks into the camera for a selfie on his hospital bed at the Goa Medical College Hospital, where he got tested and waited four days in isolation with other suspected cases of the highly infectious disease because hotels and hostels refused to let him stay unless he had a coronavirus-negative certificate, in Goa. (Image: AP)
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Australian Matthew Chinery looks into the camera for a selfie on his hospital bed at the Goa Medical College Hospital, where he got tested and waited four days in isolation with other suspected cases of the highly infectious disease because hotels and hostels refused to let him stay unless he had a coronavirus-negative certificate, in Goa. (Image: AP)

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 Stranded foreign tourists cut vegetables to make a meal at a hostel in New Delhi. Dozens of tourists from Britain, Canada and Australia are finding themselves stranded in the Indian capital with their vacations abruptly ended by India’s three-week lockdown and stopping of international flights amid new coronavirus. (Image: AP)
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Stranded foreign tourists cut vegetables to make a meal at a hostel in New Delhi. Dozens of tourists from Britain, Canada and Australia are finding themselves stranded in the Indian capital with their vacations abruptly ended by India’s three-week lockdown and stopping of international flights amid new coronavirus. (Image: AP)

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 Australian Matthew Chinery looks into the camera for a selfie at the Goa Medical College Hospital, where he got tested and waited four days in isolation with other suspected cases of the highly infectious disease because hotels and hostels refused to let him stay unless he had a coronavirus-negative certificate, in Goa. (Image: AP)
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Australian Matthew Chinery looks into the camera for a selfie at the Goa Medical College Hospital, where he got tested and waited four days in isolation with other suspected cases of the highly infectious disease because hotels and hostels refused to let him stay unless he had a coronavirus-negative certificate, in Goa. (Image: AP)

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 Stranded foreign tourists chat at a hostel in New Delhi. (Image: AP)
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Stranded foreign tourists chat at a hostel in New Delhi. (Image: AP)

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 Australian Matthew Chinery takes a picture of food stocked in his room at Old Goa Residency in Goa. (Image: AP)
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Australian Matthew Chinery takes a picture of food stocked in his room at Old Goa Residency in Goa. (Image: AP)

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 A toilet at the Goa Medical College Hospital, where Australian Matthew Chinery got tested and waited four days in isolation with other suspected cases of the highly infectious disease because hotels and hostels refused to let him stay unless he had a coronavirus-negative certificate, in Goa. (Image: AP)
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A toilet at the Goa Medical College Hospital, where Australian Matthew Chinery got tested and waited four days in isolation with other suspected cases of the highly infectious disease because hotels and hostels refused to let him stay unless he had a coronavirus-negative certificate, in Goa. (Image: AP)

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 A stranded foreign tourist checks her mobile as she stands at the reception desk of a hostel in New Delhi. (Image: AP)
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A stranded foreign tourist checks her mobile as she stands at the reception desk of a hostel in New Delhi. (Image: AP)

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 Australian tourist Stewart Dufty talks with other stranded foreign tourists at a hostel in New Delhi. (Image: AP)
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Australian tourist Stewart Dufty talks with other stranded foreign tourists at a hostel in New Delhi. (Image: AP)

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