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Thailand welcomes 2021 amid fear of new wave of COVID-19

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Bangkok, Jan 1 (EFE/EPA).- Thai people on Friday made merit and prayed at a temple in Bangkok to mark the start of the new year amid the fear of the new wave of COVID-19 pandemic. (Camera: RUNGROJ YONGRIT).SHOT LIST: THAI PEOPLE MAKE MERIT AT WAT BENCHAMABOPHIT DUSITVANARAM OR THE MARBLE TEMPLE IN BANGKOK, THAILAND.

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