Return of migrant workers continues via MYN-THAI Friendship Bridge at Myawady

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Myanmar migrant workers listen to briefing about COVID-19 control measures explained by an official as they arrive at the Myanmar-Thailand Friendship Bridge in Myawady yesterday.  Photo: Htein Lin Aung (IRPD)

Authorities accepted 642 Myanmar migrant workers returning from Thailand at the Myawady Friendship Bridge (2) yesterday.
The returnees received permission to return from the Myanmar Embassy in Thailand but had to arrange their own trip to the border.
They were given medical examinations and had other necessary arrangements made by Kayin State Hluttaw representative U Thant Zin Aung, Myawady District Administrator U Tay Zar Aung, Deputy District Administrator U Aung Chan Nyein, Township Administrator U Phyo Zaw Ko Ko, the head of Myawady District Office for Immigration and Population U Aung Khine Swe, and other officials.
A total of 32,020 Myanmar citizens have returned through this route so far and the latest batch yesterday was made up of 388 men and 254 women. —Htein Lin Aung (IPRD) (Translated by Zaw Htet Oo)

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