The New York Times reports people in India are paying top dollar for oxygen and medicine for their loved ones with COVID-19 as the country’s outbreak rages on. New York Times New Delhi Bureau Reporter Hari Kumar spoke with Anne-Marie Green about how scammers are selling fake oxygen canisters and counterfeit doses of the drug Remdesivir and the people who are using the internet to stop them.

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