While many of us are doing our duty by staying at home, there are many productive activities we can do to keep us mentally and physically healthy.
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A dog left unattended after its owner was taken to hospital after testing positive for coronavirus has been spared execution.
Health care workers and volunteers at COVID-19 quarantine centers in Myanmar have found creative ways to entertain the people they care for and boost morale.
Myanmar has tested over 1,000 people for COVID-19 and will soon open a
second testing lab as hospitals across the country prepare for a possible
The Mandalay government has banned a bus company for violating a mandate to reduce crowding in order to curb the spread of COVID-19.
English-speaking readers of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s brand-new Facebook account were shocked to learn that ‘all Myanmar is a horror’ in an automatically translated post.
With few doctors and minimal supplies, the Naga Self-Administered Zone is bracing for a COVID-19 outbreak as one township already has five possible cases of the coronavirus.
Courts in Ayeyarwaddy and Sagaing regions have jailed two recently returned migrants for refusing to obey quarantine orders.
Four relatives of a previously confirmed COVID-19 patient have tested positive; total number of cases stands at 20.
The UN staff member who has COVID-19 is in a stable condition and people who had contact with her in Naypyitaw tested negative.
Myanmar’s military says it can care for 15,000 patients at a coronavirus quarantine center in Naypyitaw.
People quarantined for COVID-19 in Myanmar, as well those who work to support them, face discrimination as misunderstandings about quarantine run rampant.
Myanmar’s Suu Kyi takes to Facebook to connect with people effectively in the time of coronavirus.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a powerful reminder of our interconnectedness, and in both Korea and Myanmar, it may serve to promote national unity and advance the peace process.