YANGON — Myanmar will be allowing international flights to resume operations on April 17 in accordance with the health and safety guidelines, according to the Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment of COVID-19 released on March 18.
The country is now reporting significant drop in new COVID-19 cases and deaths.
To boost the international tourism industry and to facilitate easy entry for foreigners, the government will be allowing international commercial flights to resume operations on April 17.
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