Myanmar eases health requirements to boost tourism and trade

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This photo shows Yangon International Airport conducting required health checks for all incoming travellers.

The Ministry of Health announced that the health requirements for tourists visiting Myanmar have been relaxed.
The ministry stated that, as of 1 March 2024, the public health requirements for tourists entering Myanmar by international flights, sea trips, and border gates have been cancelled.
Following a successful vaccination campaign, widespread adoption of public health measures, and public adherence to the New Normal Setting, Myanmar is now among the countries experiencing a significant decline in COVID-19 cases.
As a result, the health requirements were moderated to promote the development of tourism and trade in the country. — TWA/TRKM

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