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Total confirmed cases
Updated on January 21, 2021 11:05 pm
Total deaths
Updated on January 21, 2021 11:05 pm

COVID-19 Situation in Myanmar

  • Since December 16, all domestic flights are now allowed.
  • International flights expected to resume on January 1st.
  • Stay-at-home recommendation for all of Yangon Region (except for Coco Island).
  • The stay-at-home restrictions that began 5 Dec have been lifted in Mandalay District.
  • Yangon authorities have announced to shut down all the parks from 21-31 Dec.
  • Businesses are allowed to open after passing inspection.

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