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It’s Wednesday 28 April 2021. Our top stories this morning 0:00
India’s second wave has struck with devastating force, with more than two million cases recorded in a week and 200,000 deaths overall.
Hospitals in numerous cities are being pushed to the brink, oxygen supplies are dangerously low and makeshift funeral pyres burn day and night.
Meanwhile, a thriving black market has emerged as people scramble to help their desperately ill family and friends.
It is against this backdrop that the BBC is bringing you a special day of coverage, speaking to our reporters across the country.
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