Three people from Ruili returnees found infected with Covid-19

Three of 150 people who returned from Ruili to Muse on 18 January were found infected with Covid-19, according to social welfare organizations in Muse.
The border checkpoints on the Chinese side were opened on 8 January and the first batch of over 140 people returned to Myanmar on 14 January.
Three women infected with Covid-19 were sent to the 1,000-bed Covid centre at the 105th-Mile post.
Although Myanmar people who returned from China are being accepted, those who are going to China from Myanmar are not allowed to enter it at present. — TWA/MKKS

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