Civilians who fled fighting in Chin State say the UNHCR aid is not getting through.
The regime is accused of using COVID-19 to kill political prisoners.
Two million Chinese coronavirus vaccine doses are due to be delivered to the junta this week.
A private doctor says coronavirus has spread through most Yangon and Bago households.
Civilians say they are struggling to survive in the forest.
The giant Shwe Kokko new city project near the Thai border has apparently stepped up operations since the February coup.
Previous dictators allowed Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to lay a wreath for her murdered father at the July 19 ceremony.
Amid multiplying COVID-19 cases, oxygen is increasingly scarce for those infected.
Ma Theint Sandi Soe and Daw Kyi Kyi Khaing were only detained when the security forces in Mandalay Region failed to find activist U Soe Htay.
The 79-year-old legal adviser, U Nyan Win, who was detained on the morning of the Feb. 1 coup, was infected with coronavirus in Insein Prison.
Sources say the June 1 reopening was unsafe and rushed to show the regime was in control of the country.
Traders do not know when the only border gate that was still operating in Muse will reopen.
Charities in Kale Township, Sagaing Region, say nearly 600 people have died recently from coronavirus while the regime puts the number at 16.
Kawlin Township is reporting increasingly heavy fighting as regime reinforcements arrive to replace those killed by resistance fighters.
Beijing’s steadfast support for repressive military regimes in the post-independence era provides sufficient evidence, but examples can be found throughout history.