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From Chanel News Asia

YANGON: Myanmar will resume international passenger flights from Apr 17, the military said on Saturday (Mar 19), lifting a two-year ban on foreign tourists.

The Southeast Asian nation closed its borders to visitors in March 2020 at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic in an attempt to prevent rising infections.

"We will open all international flights on Apr 17, and can fly as regularly," said the National Central Committee on Prevention, Control and Treatment of Coronavirus Disease, citing falling COVID-19 infections.

Visitors will be required to quarantine for a week - undergoing two PCR tests - and must be fully vaccinated, according to the health ministry.


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