Mawlamyine, July (20)

According to the military council’s Ministry of Health, more than 200 people in Myanmar have contracted COVID-19 between July 1 and July 18.

The majority of those affected, according to the report, are citizens of Myanmar who entered through airports and border crossing points.

According to the junta’s Ministry of Health, Myanmar citizens who have returned from abroad are being monitored and treated at the appropriate quarantine facilities.

On July 18, there were 22 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in a single day, said the military council’s Ministry of Health.

On July 12, Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5 were found among those infected with COVID-19.

According to the Junta’s Ministry of Health, a complete dosage of the vaccine and a booster shot can successfully ward off Omicron and its new strains.

Because Omicron subvariants have been found in Myanmar, the junta’s Ministry of Health advises those who have not yet received the COVID-19 vaccination to get vaccinated as well as to comply with the mask mandate.

 News – Than Lwin Times

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