The Arakan State Public Healthcare Department has maintained 19 guidelines and prohibitions for air travellers and border trading camps, despite of recent low new infection levels.
In-flight travellers are checked for coronavirus on a regular basis, according to Associate Administrator Dr. Soe Win Paing- of the state’s Public Healthcare Department, and no illness has been identified.
“people should be aware of the dangers of coronavirus and follow the Covid-19 recommendations.” “We’re also raising public awareness about the health risks of Covid-19,” he continued.
According to the regime’s Ministry of Health, domestic airline passengers have been required to take a coronavirus quick reaction test no more than 48 hours before their journey since February. Road and rail travellers are not subjected to the same amount of examination.
According to U Aung Aung, the secretary of the Sittwe border trading camp, there are 19 laws and regulations in place to prevent the virus from spreading.
“The Covid-19 limitations and regulations remain in place. From ten to five days, the quarantine time has been shortened. Those who had returned from Bangladesh had spent ten days in isolation. He said, “It’s been five days.”
The coronavirus restrictions, according to U Khin Maung Gyi, the vice-chairman of the Rakhine Economic Initiative Public Co Ltd, should be repealed.
“The government implemented the coronavirus norms and restrictions due to public health concerns.” On the other hand, Covid-19 cases have dropped to some extent, and regulations must be repealed as soon as possible “he declared
Myanmar had documented 613,203 instances of Covid-19 since March 2020, with 19,434 deaths as of May 20th, according to the Ministry of Health.