187 Myanmar nationals from Thailand return through Kawthoung

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Myanmar migrants who were released from Thailand are seen on the Kawthoung border.

It is reported that 187 Myanmar nationals who were arrested in Thailand for various reasons and released were returned to Kawthoung on the afternoon of 9 December.
On that day, 51 women and 136 men, a total of 187 migrants, were transferred back to Kawthoung by immigration officers and officials from Ranong, Thailand.
Officials from the Myanmar side received them after conducting the necessary checks, and the Migrant Workers’ Support Centre (MRC) helped provide personal items.
The Labour Attaché officer in charge of Ranong also urged them to come to Thailand through the official method if they come to Thailand next time because they are registering with the flower garden project in Myanmar.
Health workers and members of the Red Cross conducted health checks, took their body temperature, and diagnosed for the presence of COVID-19 infection with an RDT test kit.
Among those who have returned, Kawthoung locals will be separated at three quarantine centres in Kawthoung, for three days, and they will be sent back to their homes only if they do not have the COVID-19 infection.
On 21 October, 178 Myanmar citizens who had been released from prison for various reasons were repatriated by waterway via Ranong, Thailand to Kawthoung. — TWA/KZL

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