International aid has been arriving in India, as an unprecedented surge in coronavirus cases brings the healthcare system to its knees. Hospitals have been forced to turn away patients as oxygen supplies and beds run out.

India recorded yet another day of over 300,000 new cases on Monday and 2,771 new deaths. However, experts believe the official toll is far higher, with some states accused of undercounting coronavirus fatalities and cases.

We’d like to speak to those in India about their experiences, and also relatives in the UK and elsewhere about how they’re affected by the situation.

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