COVID-19 restrictions make bidding impossible for 30 solar power plants across Myanmar, according to interested firms.
As Japan lifted a nationwide state of emergency, the WHO praised the country’s success in reducing the spread of infections and limiting deaths from COVID-19.
Yangon's controversial regional budget is due to be discussed next week after parliamentarians are tested for COVID-19.
Tests at the Myawaddy-Mae Sot border gate are intended to prevent the spread of imported coronavirus cases in the country.
A Tatmadaw delegation offered supplies and promises of help at a meeting with the KIA’s COVID-19 response team, but no actual plans were discussed, the armed group said.
A US$50 million loan from the World Bank will be used to improve the country’s health care systems and support the fight against COVID-19.
It’s the second time Wa State has invited Myanmar’s military chief to visit the area controlled by the best-equipped ethnic rebels in Myanmar.
Hotel bosses in Naypyitaw say they can no longer afford to pay full wages as income crashes amid coronavirus closures.
After completing their quarantine periods, two pastors appeared in court and were detained to face charges of violating Yangon’s ban on public gatherings amid COVID-19.
The Thai government has approved a plan for COVID-19-hit Thai Airways’ finances to be restructured under the supervision of a bankruptcy court.
Officials in Singapore have apologized after hundreds of COVID-19 patients were erroneously sent text messages informing them they had again tested positive.
Buses under police guard will bring migrants from Bangkok to Mae Sot each night as Thailand grants an exception to its travel bans to send migrants home.
India’s coronavirus outbreak is continuing to spread rapidly, with infections now exceeding 100,000 and more than 3,000 deaths reported.
Cash delivered to struggling families through phone apps is more efficient than delivering food packages, the government says.
Businesses are emerging from COVID-19 restrictions and overseas investments have been announced but workers and fishing crews face economic turmoil.