Only Kayah State Remains as COVID-19 Disinfected State Among Divisions/States

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Kantarawaddy Times


Kayah State remains as the only state among divisions/states which is disinfected from COVID-19 after (3) new cases including one from Ayeyarwady Division are confirmed by Ministry of Health Sports.

According to the report updated today May 19, 7:00am, the confirmed cases rise to (191) patients.

The new confirmed (3) patients are from Ayeyarwady Division, Magyay Division, and Rakhine State.

The recovered cases are totally 101 cases until today, 88 patients are confirmed to discharge from hospitals, and it said they will remain watching over and restrict the movement at specific places.

Currently there are (6) deaths confirmed out of (191) confirmed cases in Myanmar.

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Kantarawaddy Times


Kayah State remains as the only state among divisions/states which is disinfected from COVID-19 after (3) new cases including one from Ayeyarwady Division are confirmed by Ministry of Health Sports.

According to the report updated today May 19, 7:00am, the confirmed cases rise to (191) patients.

The new confirmed (3) patients are from Ayeyarwady Division, Magyay Division, and Rakhine State.

The recovered cases are totally 101 cases until today, 88 patients are confirmed to discharge from hospitals, and it said they will remain watching over and restrict the movement at specific places.

Currently there are (6) deaths confirmed out of (191) confirmed cases in Myanmar.

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