Corona virus has affected the global economy in a worst condition where the Indian Government is only concerned with protecting the lives of people being laid on the economic resources and the condition of this country. This falsify situation that has been raised due to the migration of crores of people from various state and the loss of employment of many people is also the bad time in the history of mankind. The lockdown system has told people to be self-reliant by maintaining the distancing strategy with others. The lockdown made migrant workers tend to be vulnerable to the loss of employment and wages during an economic crisis in their host country, more so than native born workers. Lockdown in labour campus and dormitories can also increase the risk of contagion among migrant workers. Observing that government policy responses to the corona virus crisis have largely excluded migrants and their families back home, the World Bank said there is a strong case for including migrants in the near term health strategies of all countries, given the externalities associated with the health status of an entire population in the face of a highly contagious pandemic. The government has announced that about eight crore migrant workers, irrespective of whether they have ration cards, will get free food grains for the next two months.