In dire straits: India’s medical tourism companies find no business amid COVID-19
“It has been two months, buying meals is not sustainable. The hotel owner has allowed us to use the common kitchen to cook rice. We have to stay back for another month at least,” says Sumitra Bashar (name changed), a medical tourist from Bangladesh.
This newsletter has previously covered the business side of medicine, which has some hospitals facing financial difficulties as they cut back on certain procedures during coronavirus. This piece from Your Story discusses medical tourism in India and what the prospects are for it going forward.