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Myanmar
52,706
Total confirmed cases
Updated on November 1, 2020 2:30 am
Myanmar
1,237
Total deaths
Updated on November 1, 2020 2:30 am

COVID-19 Situation in Myanmar

  • As of September 10, all domestic flights within Burma have been suspended
  • There is a nationwide curfew in place, from 12:00 A.M. to 4:00 A.M. The government is actively enforcing this curfew.
  • Stay-at-home orders for all of Yangon Region (except for Coco Island), effective from September 21. Enforced by local law enforcement.
  • Movement between townships restricted in Yangon and permit/valid needed.
  • CMP Factories allowed to open up after passing inspection. Other businesses and organizations have been ordered to work from home.

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