Holy amulets give Thai cab drivers virus 'peace of mind'

Thai taxi driver Sopee Silpakit strings a chain of amulets around his neck every time he gets behind the wheel -- a ritual that brings him peace of mind as Covid-19 infections soar. The 65-year-old's job driving a cab in Bangkok puts him in contact daily with the public, and his way of life is now plagued with worry, with the Thai capital the epicentre of a third wave.