Myanmar extends Covid-19 restrictions until end of April

Military officers march during a parade to commemorate Myanmar's 78th Armed Forces Day in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, Monday, March 27, 2023. - AP

YANGON, Aptil 1 (Xinhua): Myanmar announced the extension of Covid-19 preventive measures until April 30, according to the Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment of Covid-19 on Friday night.

The extension applies to all Covid-19 restrictions that expire on March 31, except for those that will be eased, the committee said.

It added that the extension covers all orders, announcements, and directives previously issued by respective government organizations and ministries in order to contain the pandemic.

As of Friday, the South-East Asian country has recorded a total of 634,080 Covid-19 infections, including 19,490 deaths and 614,554 recoveries, official data showed. - Xinhua

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