67 Myanmar citizens arrive back home from Thailand by second relief flight

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Second group of Myanmar citizens from Thailand arrived at Yangon International Airport by a relief flight yesterday.  Photo: MNA
Second group of Myanmar citizens from Thailand arrived at Yangon International Airport by a relief flight yesterday.  Photo: MNA
Second group of Myanmar citizens from Thailand arrived at Yangon International Airport by a relief flight yesterday.  Photo: MNA

Myanmar government has brought back its 67 citizens in the second group who were stranded in Thailand due to suspension of international flights although they wanted to come back home amid COVID-19 outbreak.
The second relief flight of Myanmar International Airlines landed with them at the Yangon International Airport yesterday afternoon.
On arrival at the airport, the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement and the Yangon Region government helped for their 21-day quarantine period at the designated places and the respective hotels in line with the guidelines of immigration and healthcare processes.
In accordance with the directives of National-Level Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in coordination with the Myanmar embassy in Bangkok and other relevant ministries in Myanmar, arranged the first relief flight for 135 citizens on 6 May, totalling 202 persons from the Kingdom.—MNA(Translated by Aung Khin)

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