Secretariat of COVID-19 Control and Emergency Response Committee holds coordination meeting

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The Secretariat of the COVID-19 Control and Emergency Response Committee organized a coordination meeting yesterday.
During the meeting, Leader of Secretariat of the committee Deputy Minister for Home Affairs Maj-Gen Soe Tint Naing discussed the third-wave of COVID-19 occurred in Sagaing Region and Chin State starting the third week of May, strict COVID-19 health rules, communication with other COVID-19 committees in respective regions and states including Nay Pyi Taw Council and the effective COVID-19 prevention, control and treatment activities.
Then, he continued to highlight the arrangements of quarantine facilities for the returnees from the foreign countries, confirmed cases of the country, measures to express the lists of contact persons, actions to be taken against those who violate the COVID-19 rules, school reopening cases and other possibilities of the third wave of the pandemic.
Deputy Director-General for Health and Sports Dr Tun Tin clarified the Stay-at-Home order imposed in certain townships, travel restrictions, cooperation work with the volunteers in respective regions, expansion of lab test procedures, treatment for patients, public awareness programmes and other work plans with relevant ministries.
Then, the Deputy Leader of the committee Police Brig-Gen Win Tun discussed the entry of people via flights, preventive measures at border areas while other officials of health departments clarified their COVID-19 containment measures in respective regions and states. — MNA

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