Myanmar nationals stranded in UAE brought back home

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Myanmar citizens stranded in UAE lline up for immigration process at the Yangon International Airport on their return yesterday.  Photo: Zaw Gyi

Myanmar migrant workers including seamen totalling 148 stranded in the United Arab Emirates-UAE and Dubai Port were returned home by Fly Dubai Airlines yesterday. When they arrived at the airport, officials from the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population, Ministry of Health and Sports, and Yangon Region Government carried out measures o ensure he returnees receive 21-day
quarantine at designated places and hotels in complying with the directives and health guidelines of the ministries concerned.
Under the directives of the National-Level Central Committee on Prevention, Containment and Treatment on COVID-19 Disease, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has worked in coordination with ministries concerned and Myanmar embassies in foreign countries on bringing back the Myanmar nationals from respective countries, and so far, 113 Myanmar nationals from foreign countries including Japan, India, the Republic of Korea, Thailand, Bangladesh, Singapore, USA, Britain, Indonesia and UAE returned home. — MNA

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