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2021-07-19 17:12:08

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wire stripping machineswire stripping machineswire stripping machineswire stripping machines,When Pooja Sharma, 35, lost her husband Manmohan to COVID-19 during India's deadly second wave, she was devastated. "After a few days of battling COVID-19, my husband realized he wasn't going to make it," says Sharma. "He asked me to take care of our daughters, then he left me all alone in the world." Manmohan, who died on April 17, was the main provider of their family. He had a job ushering people into clothing shops on commission. Without him, Sharma, who lives in Delhi, wasn't sure how she and their two daughters, aged 12 and 14, were going to live. She didn't have a job and couldn't read. And she was an orphan so didn't have parents who could help her. The Indian media is calling women like Sharma "COVID widows." These are women who have lost a spouse — often the sole breadwinner of the family — during the pandemic. These widows find themselves saddled with additional financial burdens such as hospital bills while they grieve the loss of their partner. The government and nonprofit groups are now trying to support these women, especially those from low-income backgrounds, but researchers say it's not enough.