On March 22, a man sped past a Manipuri woman in Vijay Nagar, spat at her and called her "corona".
Living the quarantine is harder for some than others, especially for people living in abusive households as well as those struggling with mental health and eating disorders.
As the worst public health crisis in years cripples countries and brings normal life to a standstill, music is proving to be the world's refuge once again.
Don't shout or lecture – just talk.
Women are supposed to look out for each other, but what do you do when the other sees no need to put up a fight?
Even though coronavirus infects people regardless of their race, caste, class, gender and political leanings, it is a direct threat to the poor and marginalised.