MAI relief flight brings back 188 Myanmar citizens on 29 May

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Myanmar returnees are queuing for immigration process at the International Airport yesterday.  PHOTO: MNA

A relief flight by Myanmar Airways International (MAI) landed at the Yangon International Airport yesterday evening, bringing back 52 Myanmar citizens from South Korea and 42 citizens stranded in Canada, Germany, Norway, Qatar, UAE, America, and Hong Kong.
Another MAI relief flight that repatriated Thai citizens to Bangkok brought back 94 Myanmar citizens to Yangon yesterday evening as well.
Upon arrival, a total of 188 returnees were subject to health inspections and arranged for the 21-day mandatory quarantine by local authorities.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is collaborating with relevant departments and Myanmar embassies to retrieve Myanmar citizens overseas facing difficulties during this period. This is done in line with guidelines by the National Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment of COVID-19. Myanmar has so far brought back a total of 2,596 citizens to home. — MNA (Translated by Zaw Htet Oo)

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