Hungary’s thermal spas struggle to stay in business during pandemic

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For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video It’s estimated that two-thirds of Hungary’s thermal spas will have to close by next summer if they don’t get government aid. They have been an integral part of Hungarian life for centuries. The lack of tourists has hit the industry hard.

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