Myanmar extends temporary entry restrictions to Aug 31


  • Myanmar
  • Friday, 31 Jul 2020

YANGON (Xinhua): Myanmar has extended temporary entry restrictions for foreign visitors to Aug 31 to help contain the spread of Covid-19.

The Foreign Affairs Ministry on Thursday (July 30) announced that the extension will also be applied to other restrictions such as suspension of all types of visas including social visit visas and visa exemption services, the ministry's announcement said.

Foreign nationals, including diplomats, wishing to visit Myanmar for urgent official missions or compelling reasons are asked to contact the Myanmar mission for possible exception to certain visa restrictions.

The ministry recently announced the arrangement of relief flights and special flights for citizens with urgent matters such as emergency medical treatment or surgical appointments abroad, for those who need to return to overseas workplaces on time, and scholars and students going abroad for studies.

Meanwhile, the government has been repatriating its citizens stranded in foreign countries due to the suspension of international commercial flights during the Covid-19 pandemic and a total of 9,252 citizens have been brought back home by relief flights and special flights as of Thursday, the ministry's release said.

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