Kayah State Gov’t Extends its Announced Curfew for (15) More Days

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Kantarawaddy Times

Kayah State Government announced to extend its curfew date until May (15th) which was previously released up to April (30th).

It was extended for the public to comply with the release in order to prevent from the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Acute Respiratory Disease, and it was officially released with today date by Kayah State Government Office.

It was announced on March 22nd that any organizations, businesspeople, and public in Kayah State are restricted to conduct workshop and training until April 30th.

Besides, the public markets, which disciplined to open only Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday per week, is also extended until next month (15th).

It is released with today date that all the tourist attractive and crowded tourist destinations such as Htee Sae Kar Waterfall, Kyard Gu Cave located within Loikaw, Ngwe Daung Dam, Htee Pwint Kan Lake, Seven Steps Lake, Pan Pad Village, Tani Lar Leh Village, Coil Ngan located within Deemawso, and Htee Pru Nu Gu Cave, and Hsin Phyu Taung Mount located within Hpruso are also extended until May (15th).

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