The regime claims coronavirus is under control, although it is accused of heavily underestimating the death toll.
03 The News For 3 August 2021
A small number of government employees and healthcare workers were released nationwide on Monday, but hundreds more remain in prison.
Rather than taking responsibility for not acting early, the coup leader has blamed the new variants for the high infection and death tolls.
Coronavirus sufferers are hanging yellow and white objects outside their homes if they need food and medicine.
By controlling access to vaccines and oxygen, the military regime – with the help of China - is using vital medical aid as a weapon in the COVID-19 crisis.
The Lieutenant Colonel in the Border Guard Force died Thursday and was responsible for security at the China-backed Shwe Kokko new city development.
UK and US diplomats told an informal Security Council meeting Myanmar’s healthcare system is collapsing due to the junta’s mismanagement and attacks on health workers.
Many people are refusing Chinese vaccines, citing concerns over their effectiveness and saying they won’t accept help from an ally of the military regime.
The ethnic armed group faces a major coronavirus outbreak in Kachin State.
Regime will open ten new crematoriums in Yangon rather than focusing on fighting the deadly third wave of coronavirus.
Dozens of artists and cultural figures have died during the deadly third wave of coronavirus.
The Maina camp housing about 3,000 people is in need of PPE and food; four sick IDPs were taken to hospital and tested positive for COVID-19.
The junta has stopped reporting coronavirus deaths among its personnel.
100 oxygen cylinders destined for COVID-19 patients in Yangon were confiscated by a regime colonel at the Thai-Myanmar border in Myawaddy, Karen State.
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