Ministry of Health letter to government departments to postpone mass protests
The Ministry of Health has informed the concerned ministries to avoid and delay public events at Thingyan and national events as well as public events.
The Ministry of Health and Sports has suggested that the ban on crowdfunding events possible at the central level meetings be avoided and should be postponed if appropriate. Dr. Khin Khin Gyi, deputy director of the Division of Infectious Diseases, told The Irrawaddy.
Dr Khin Khin Gyi said, “It is best for us not to do so. It’s better not to do it. Even if you are forced to do so, take as few people as you can. Whether it’s a meeting or not. Make it less of an event or event. Glue Strictly prevent anyone with a cough. It is not advisable to write to government departments.
One last February, In March, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Health recommended that all relevant departments hold a central level meeting on the rotavirus (COVID-19) this March.
On March 8, a government newspaper announced that it had decided not to hold state-level ceremonies in Kachin and Chin states, but the Thingyan festival will be held in Tanintharyi in April.
Also in Rangoon, Rangoon mayor Maung Maung Soe said at a press conference this month that the Yangon Thingyan festival will be organized with the directive of the regional government.
There have been two suspected cases and 82 surveillance patients in Myanmar so far in Myanmar. The ministry said that seven of these patients had received the results of the test on March 9 and had no detectable coronavirus (Covid-19).
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the virus has spread to 104 countries until today.
According to the WHO’s statement, Myanmar has not found any patients infected with the virus so far. Nepal, Nepal Bangladesh Infectious diseases such as China and China have been reported.
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