Photo Essay: The burden of the outbreak

The coronavirus outbreak has disproportionately affected the poor and the working class around the world. The same is true in Thailand.

In this photo essay, Dominic captures the struggle of Bangkok’s working class as government policies during the outbreak continues to leave them behind.

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