24 returnees allowed to go back home after 21-day quarantine in Hlaingbwe Tsp.

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Hlaingbwe 2 July

24 people who returned from abroad were allowed to go back home this morning after being placed under 21-day observation at Arawja Hospital in Hlaingbwe Township, Kayin State. 

Arawja Hospital in the town of Hlaingbwe has been diverted into a facility quarantine center for the returnees under 21-day observation program. The returnees will also be put under seven-day quarantine when they arrive in their native towns and villages.

Then, officials from Department of Health urged the returnees to stay in their native towns and villages in accordance with the rules released by Ministry of Health and Sports. Officials also presented health certificates and gave words of encouragement to them before departure for their homes.—Khin San Myint, IPRD
Translated by JT