Myanmar govt says gathering of five or more banned in 31 townships of Yangon, 10pm-4am curfew still in force

  • Myanmar
  • Monday, 11 Oct 2021

YANGON, Oct 11 (Eleven Media Group/ANN): Led by Myanmar's military, the Yangon Region General Administration Department has issued an order banning a gathering of five or more people in the roads, streets and lanes of 31 townships of the region and imposing a 10pm-4am curfew.

The order points out some of the Yangon city residents are attempting to harm public security and the rule of law. Their attempts can harm community peace and tranquility, public security and the rule of law and lead to chaos, said the statement.

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