Reverse migration of labourers amidst COVID-19 | Economic and Political Weekly;55(32/33):25-29, 2020. | COVIDWHO

Migrant workers returning to native places in COVID-19 times were the host for urban to rural transmission of cases as the migrant-receiving states witnessed over five times increase in the number of districts having a more significant concentration of COVID-19 cases from 1 May to 31 May 2020 There is an urgent need for the skill mapping of the migrant workforce and creating social security schemes to protect them under any socio-economic or health emergency Source: Reverse migration of labourers amidst COVID-19 | Economic and Political Weekly;55(32/33):25-29, 2020. | COVIDWHO