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Medical tourism is set to beat pre-Covid-19 levels in next two quarters

Meanwhile, traditional Indian medicine centers have once again started receiving patients from overseas

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Sohini DasAneesh Phadnis Mumbai
Medical tourism is back with a bang in India, after being nearly reduced to naught during the two years hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Corporate hospitals say that footfall and revenues are not only back to pre-Covid-19 levels but are expected to surpass the pre-pandemic numbers in the next two quarters.

As such the $6-billion medical tourism market in India is expected to rise to $13 billion by 2026, according to some estimates. An industry source said that if the market kept growing at the current rate, it had the potential to touch $25 billion by 2030. The sector is

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First Published: Aug 29 2022 | 9:25 PM IST

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