Chinese cities block access to Chinese cities
Chinese authorities have banned travel and tourism in Hunan and Eugh, including Wuhan, China, as the case of the pandemic has begun.
There are currently 571 confirmed cases of the coronavirus. 444 in Wuhan; 26 in Guangdong; Four infected in Beijing and nine in Shanghai. Japanese, Japanese Authorities have confirmed cases of infection in South Korea and the United States.
Earlier this morning, the Myanmar Eastern Airlines Flight MU2659, which arrived directly from Wuhan, arrived at Yangon International Airport earlier this morning. The plane was accompanied by nine crew members and 85 passengers on board.
However, a person on board found no suspected coronavirus infection, said Dr Nyan Htet Lwin of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on his social network page.
Similarly, no patient has been found in Mandalay until today. Dr Than Than Myint, Director General of the Public Health and Medical Department, told The Irrawaddy.
Dr Than Than Myint said: “No suspect patient has been found so far. Wuhan Airlines is closed. Wuhan said on Monday. “It was Friday and it was closed today.
Direct flights to Wuhan are scheduled weekly at Mandalay International Airport and Yangon International Airport. China has not received any official letter as of this evening, according to the bridge.
Aung Khine Soe, MJET International Airport Manager, said: “We are also contacting Chinese airlines because we have heard that the Wanhan Line has been suspended. So far, we have not received any news from the headquarters. The Directorate of Aviation also reported. There is no indication yet that there will be any changes to the airline. The Ministry of Health is also waiting for instructions.
Currently, the Ministry of Transport and Communications has directed the Directorate of Air Transport to conduct a review of direct flights to Wuhan.
Myanmar has been experiencing the outbreak of the coronavirus, and the border checkpoints with China are mainly focused on influenza and flu symptoms. The Ministry of Health announced that it was inspecting the water supply.
More than 70 Burmese students are attending Wun Han, where the virus began, and some of those who have been recently posted have posted warning messages on their social media pages.
The pneumococcal virus (2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV)), which began in late December in central China’s Henan Province, has claimed 17 lives so far, according to Chinese media.
The Coronavirus is believed to have originated from a fish market in Wuhan and may have been transmitted to humans through snakes infected by bats, a Hong Kong-based news agency said, citing some results.
The outbreak of the outbreak of the outbreak of the town of Wuhan has been blocked and transportation has been temporarily suspended and the Chinese government has taken steps to prevent it.
The World Health Organization (WHO) is holding an emergency meeting on swine flu virus and is ready to declare a public health emergency. There are discussions about preventative measures against the disease.
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