Thai cabinet approves $2.9 billion in new relief measures -spokeswoman

Reuters | Bangkok | Updated: 05-05-2021 12:41 IST | Created: 05-05-2021 12:37 IST
Thai cabinet approves $2.9 billion in new relief measures -spokeswoman

Thailand's cabinet on Wednesday approved additional economic relief measures worth 93 billion baht ($2.9 billion) to help people affected by COVID-19, a spokeswoman said.

The measures will cover 31 million people, or 3,000 baht per person, from July to December, deputy government spokeswoman Rachada Dhnadirek told Reuters.

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