Pilgrims make meritorious deeds at pagodas

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Pilgrims in Yangon. Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Defence Services

The pagodas across the nation have reopened to public starting 8 February in accordance with the COVID-19 regulations.
Meanwhile, the pilgrims and visitors including monks and nuns peacefully visited the Shwedagon Pagoda of Yangon Region, Maha Muni Pagoda of Mandalay Region and Uppassanti Pagoda of Nay Pyi Taw Council Area and other pagodas of regions and states according to the COVID-19 health rules yesterday.
The daily visiting hours of Shwedagon pagoda are 6am-7am, 8 am-9 am and 10 am-11 am in the morning followed by 1 pm-2 pm, 3 pm-4 pm and 5 pm-6 pm in the afternoon, according to the Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services statement. –MNA

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