Actor Lu Min
May all Myanmar citizens be free from the clutches of the COVID-19 pandemic and swiftly receive the joyous New Year. We are currently in the dangerous red zone so, please, don’t be careless. Be patient and stay at home. I request the public this.
Actress Khine Hnin Wai
Everyone gets happy when Thingyan approaches every year and welcome it. But people are living with anxiety this year. I wish for things to return to normal starting from this New Year.
If you care for yourself and don’t want to be a carrier for the virus, then please stay at home.
You can’t know who has the virus when you go outside.
If you love yourself, your family and your community then staying in your home is a form of protecting those values.
I wish for peace of mind and good health to all Myanmar nationals at the turning over to the New Year. We usually see festivities every year around this time but don’t bear a grudge for not having them this year.
There will be more Thingyans in the years to come, so conserve some energy for then. People are concerned about COVID-19 and it is currently a global pandemic. We will overcome it when we are united in our efforts.
Singer Nway Nway Chit Phwe
May all children of the 7 days of the week be blessed with mental wellness and physical health and enjoy lasting happiness with family and friends. May you be free from the COVID-19 pandemic. Staying at home is a form of prevention during these trying times and a means to protect yourself, your family and the world we all love.—MNA (Translated by Zaw Htet Oo)