Trucks without health certificate or with expired one prohibited from entering Shan State

Shan State has prohibited the trucks without health certificate or with expired one from entering their state, according to Nampang Tat Checkpoint in Kalaw Township.
Truck drivers and followers who will enter Shan State from Nay Pyi Taw council, regions and states will be permitted to enter only with a health certificate issued by the Ministry of Health and Sports indicating they are clear of the virus within two weeks of testing, according to the announcement of Nampang Tat Checkpoint.
Besides, Nampang Tat Checkpoint also mentions that the truck drivers from Nay Pyi Taw council, regions and states without having health certificate or with expired health certificate will not be allowed to do re-testing in Shan State and are not allowed to enter the Shan State.
Similarly, the local truck drivers from Shan State, who have been detected at Kalaw Checkpoint and Aye Thayar town hospital, are allowed to do re-testing only if the hospital mentions to do re-test for their health certificate when they enter back Shan State via Nampang Tat Checkpoint. And, the truck drivers from Shan State will not be allowed to do the testing in Nampang Tat Checkpoint if they do not have a health certificate from Kalaw Checkpoint and Aye Thayar town hospital and they are not allowed to enter Shan State.
Moreover, the home-used cars from Nay Pyi Taw Council, regions and states will enter Shan State only if they are holding the health certificate. The home-used vehicles from Shan State need to stay facility quarantined wherever they go. The Nampang Tat Checkpoint is usually closed at 10 pm.—Nyein Nyein (Translated by Hay Mar)

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