State Govt Will Make “Wearing Mask Mandatory”

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Kantarawaddy Times

It is announced on webpage of Kayah State Government Office on May 13 in the evening that they will soar the campaign of “wearing mask mandatory” released by Ministry of Health and Sports in Kayah State, and those breaching the orders will face legal action under the Prevention and Control of Communicable Disease Law.

The residents are required to wear mask whenever going outside, and he or she is supposed to buy (2) masks cost 1000 Kyats if he or she does not wear while going outside.

It said they will raise awareness of wearing mask on May 14 and 15 and take legal action in accordance with the mandated instructions by May 16.

Besides, the shop keepers are requested to remind the customers to wear mask when shopping to restaurants or markets, and they will help arranging the plan of selling mask in the purpose of easy access for buying mask.

It also announced the entrepreneurs, factory and industry, construction, and bank which have contact with residents to raise awareness of “Wearing mask mandatory” to their staffs or workers, and the other relevant service providers.

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