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Yangon: Myanmar’s Ministry of Transport and Communications has extended the suspension of international commercial flights due to the Kovid-1 ep epidemic until the end of June. According to the Xinhua News Agency, the ministry has announced an extension of the effective period for taking temporary measures in the country to prevent Covid-19 through air travel, which will end on Monday, Xinhua News Agency reported. Rohingya refugees are more afraid to return to the country after the coup in Myanmar
According to the Ministry of Health and Sports, in the last 24 hours, there have been 4 new Covid-19 cases in Myanmar, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 1433,571. No new deaths were reported Sunday, the statement said. The death toll from the epidemic has risen to 32,216.
A total of 132,318 patients were discharged from the hospital, where 911 samples were tested on Sunday, according to the ministry. With this, more than 26.1 lakh samples have been tested so far. On March 23 last year, Myanmar identified the first two cases of Kovid-19.