Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Myanmar
355
Total confirmed cases
Updated on August 4, 2020 10:06 am
Myanmar
6
Total deaths
Updated on August 4, 2020 10:06 am

Latest News & Updates

COVID-19 in Myanmar – What to expect in August

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Our country has been doing a good job quarantining citizens and the health industry is doing the best they can to fight against the COVID-19. The outcome has been great. So what changes can we expect from now regarding that more people are being healed and everything's stimulating as organised?

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COVID-19 in Myanmar – What to expect in August

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Our country has been doing a good job quarantining citizens and the health industry is doing the best they can to fight against the COVID-19. The outcome has been great. So what changes can we expect from now regarding that more people are being healed and everything's stimulating as organised?

Current Restrictions that might affect you:

Entertainment (Yangon):

All clubs, karaoke and massage parlours are closed
Cinemas and public events are prohibited
Thingyan cancelled

Food:

Restaurants in Yangon, Mandalay and Sagaing are instructed to offer only takeouts by the respective city development committees.
41 big markets in Mandalay closed.

Travel:

Yangon – Pagodas closed.

Mandalay – The Zay Cho Centre will permit only food shops to operate from 29 March.

Taninthayi – All the 7 beaches closed.

Ayeyarwaddy – Chaungtha and Ngapali beaches and Gawyingyi Island closed.

TRAVEL (Countries):

Visas suspended for all foreigners until 30 April 2020.

Thailand restricts both transit and immigration.
Singapore bars entry and transit to all short-term visitors.
EU is pretty much closed for foreigners
Australia closed for foreigners
Canada closed for foreigners
China requires 14 days quarantaine
Hong Kong ban all visitors to the city, and passengers in transit
India suspends most visa and ban flights
Indonesia visa for foreigners suspended till 20 April
Italy just temperature screening..
Japan entry ban to travellers who have been in China, Iran or Italy
Malaysia shut its borders to travellers until March 31
Maldives banned entry for China, Italy, Bangladesh, Iran, Malaysia and the UK
Nepal 14 days self-quarantine
New Zealand close its borders to all non-citizens or non-permanent residents.
Philippines international flights have been cancelled until April 14
Qatar only transit flights allowed
Singapore restrictions on transit and no short-term visitors alllowed
South Korea tighten border checks for all overseas arrivals
Sri Lanka indefinite ban on all passenger flights and ships.
Taiwan non-citizens are prohibited to enter
Thailand medical certificate needed to transit or enter
Turkey suspended flights to 68 countries
UAE suspension of all passenger flights
US banned the entry of all foreign nationals from list of high risk countries
Vietnam suspend all inbound international flights

TRAVEL (Flights):

Yangon all commercial flights cancelled
Emirates
 suspending all flights
Singapore / Hong Kong / Bangkok – entry and transit not possible
Qatar allows transit