Maha Bandoola Park crowded with people on Deepavali Day

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Photos showing crowds of people in the park on Deepavali Day.  Photos : Lin Yama

All the parks and playgrounds in Yangon Region were opened for the public starting 1 November, and Maha Bandoola Park hosted crowds of people on Deepavali Day.
The government temporarily shut down 62 parks and playgrounds in Yangon municipal area in order to effectively conduct COVID-19 preventive measures. Currently, the disease reaches under control to a certain extent and so the recreational areas are reopened. Moreover, the opening hour of Maha Bandoola Park was also extended from 5 am to 6 pm as of 3 November.
“We reopened Maha Bandoola Park beginning 1 November as usual. Those who love walking and doing exercises proposed us and so we extended the opening hours from 5 am to 6 pm on 3 November. The people can freely take rest but they have to follow the COVID-19 health rules,” said an official of YCDC.
The people usually gather at Maha Bandoola park, the western area of Shwedagon Pagoda and Inya Lake to exercise on the morning of cold season but they have to strictly follow the health rules. — Pwint Thitsar/GNLM

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