The Plastics Industry Is Trying to Cash In on the Covid-19 Pandemic

The covid-19 pandemic is forcing many of us to change our best-intentioned behaviors. We’re withholding physical affection, even when our loved ones are in distress. We’re not patronizing our favorite bars, even though they’re struggling to stay

(Translated) រោគរាតត្បាត -១៩ កំពុងរាតត្បាតបង្ខំឱ្យយើងជាច្រើនផ្លាស់ប្តូរអាកប្បកិរិយាដែលមានចេតនាល្អបំផុត យើងកំពុងដកហូតការស្រឡាញ់ខាងរាងកាយសូម្បីតែមនុស្សជាទីស្រឡាញ់របស់យើងកំពុងមានទុក្ខព្រួយក៏ដោយ។ យើងមិនកំពុងបង្កើតបារ៍ដែលយើងចូលចិត្តទេទោះបីវាកំពុងលំបាកក្នុងការរស់នៅក៏ដោយ

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