All businesses, except entertainment, to resume operations in Mandalay

All businesses in Mandalay, excluding entertainment, will be allowed to resume operations after May 16, according to the regional government.

“We’re planning to check the ongoing COVID-19 cases and have businesses reopen. In the case of restaurants, they will have to continue operating under takeaway and delivery systems,” said U Zarni Aung, acting chief minister of Mandalay.

The move comes after the region’s remaining COVID-19 positive patient was on the road to recover this week. The city has a total of three cases and with the latest to recover, Case-82 on the health ministry’s, Mandalay could become the first region in the country to report 100 percent COVID-19 recovery rate.

However, public gatherings, including worshipping in groups at religious sites, will not be permitted yet; hotels and inns will be allowed to re-open in accordance with the health ministry’s guidelines, said U Zarni Aung.

Although the regional government still doesn’t allow the passenger buses to enter the region, a decision will be made under the guidelines of the Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment on COVID-19, he added.

As per the central committee’s notice on May 13, Mandalay Region has reduced the night curfew from 10 pm-4 am to 12 am-4 pm starting May 16. – Translated

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Source : Myanmar Times

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