Kampon Tansacha, the owner of Noongnooch Tropical Garden, directs his landscaping crew in making refinements to the park. Photo: Vijitra Duangdee Kampon Tansacha, the owner of Noongnooch Tropical Garden, directs his landscaping crew in making refinements to the park. Photo: Vijitra Duangdee
Kampon Tansacha, the owner of Noongnooch Tropical Garden, directs his landscaping crew in making refinements to the park. Photo: Vijitra Duangdee

As coronavirus resurges in Thailand, tourism businesses go on life support

  • Just 30 per cent of businesses are still operating in the country after a long initial Covid-19 lockdown, with more suffering expected to come
  • Caught between trying to save the economy and stopping a public health catastrophe, the government has been accused of doing neither

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Kampon Tansacha, the owner of Noongnooch Tropical Garden, directs his landscaping crew in making refinements to the park. Photo: Vijitra Duangdee Kampon Tansacha, the owner of Noongnooch Tropical Garden, directs his landscaping crew in making refinements to the park. Photo: Vijitra Duangdee
Kampon Tansacha, the owner of Noongnooch Tropical Garden, directs his landscaping crew in making refinements to the park. Photo: Vijitra Duangdee
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