149 migrant workers sent back home via Taunggyi after 21-day quarantine

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Myanmar migrant workers seen at the Taunggyi Business Centre Highway Bus Terminal. Photo: Soe Nyunt Shwe (IPRD)

A total of 149 Myanmar nationals who returned from China and Special Region (4) were transported back to their native places via the Taunggyi Business Center (TBC) Highway Bus Terminal in Taunggyi, Shan State on Saturday.
After undergoing 21-day quarantine in Special Region 4, the Myanmar citizens returned through the Nanghlwe Chaung Bridge in Mongyawng Township in eastern Shan State.
The 149 returnees include 4 from Yangon Region, 10 from Mandalay Region, 27 from Magway Region, 4 from Bago Region, 1 from Ayeyawady Region, 97 from Rakhine State and 6 from Shan State. So far more than 4,000 returnees were already sent back home via Taunggyi.
Members of Taunggyi Township COVID-19 Control and Emergency Response Committee, well-wishers, traffic police, officials, Taunggyi Township’s volunteers, Red Cross members, and members of auxiliary fire brigade checked the returnees’ health conditions, and distributed them lunch boxes, water bottles, soft drinks and breads for their journeys. —Soe Nyunt Shwe (IPRD) (Translated by Kyaw Zin Tun)

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