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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210112: 551 More Confirmed Cases on 12 January

 

 

  Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 551 More Confirmed Cases on 12 January, public spaces closing extended 

 

Tuesday 12 January, 2021     

             

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 551 new cases in the last 24 hours. They were detected out of 21,739 tests, i.e. a positivity rate of 2.5%. 20 more patients died from the disease in the last 24 hours.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 131,737 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,878 have died from it.    

Today, the Yangon Region authorities also announced that all public spaces, such as parks and gardens, would remain closed until 20 January. 

 

Nation-wide Summary     

New cases on 12 January 

551 

Hospitalized cases as of 12 January 

13,798 

Total cases since March 

131,737 

Total fatalities since March 

2,878 

  

 

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards           

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia.          

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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210112: Details of 11 January Cases

 

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 11 January Cases  

Tuesday 12 January, 2021  

 

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 582 new Covid-19 cases had been identified. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, 131,186 people have been tested positive to Covid-19 and 2,858 people have died from it. At 17:00 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of those 582 cases:   

Yangon Region 

165 

Chin State 

25 

Mandalay Region 

143 

Kayin State 

13 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

87 

Kachin State 

Mon State 

42 

Magway Region 

Bago Region 

31 

Rakhine State 

Naypyitaw 

27 

Shan State 

Sagaing Region 

25 

Kayah State 

 

 

In Yangon Region, 165 new cases were reported, i.e. 84,967 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Mingaladon (+14 cases), Dagon East (+14) and Thingangyun (+13). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,800 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 143 new cases were reported, i.e. 15,017 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Chan Mya Tharzi (+26 cases), Chan Aye Tharzan (+20), and Amarapura (+18). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,300 cases each.  

 

Nation-wide Summary      

New cases on 11 January  

582  

Hospitalized cases as of 11 January  

13,719  

Total cases since March  

131,186  

Total fatalities since March  

2,858  

 

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards 

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia 

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Recall: [FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210111: Details of 10 January Cases

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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210111: Details of 10 January Cases

 

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 10 January Cases  

Monday 11 January, 2021  

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 555 new Covid-19 cases had been identified. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, 130,604 people have been tested positive to Covid-19 and 2,846 people have died from it. At 19:30 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of those 555 cases:   

Yangon Region 

245 

Shan State 

Mandalay Region 

126 

Naypyitaw 

Bago Region 

56 

Kachin State 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

52 

Chin State 

Magway Region 

23 

Kayah State 

Sagaing Region 

21 

Tanintharyi Region 

Mon State 

10 

Rakhine State 

In Yangon Region, 245 new cases were reported, i.e. 84,802 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in East Dagon Myothit (+61 cases), Mingaladon(+25 cases) and North Dagon Myothit (+15 cases). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,700 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 126 new cases were reported, i.e. 14,874 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Chan Mya Tharzi(+20 cases), Maha Aung Myay (+16 cases) and Chan Aye Tharzan (+13 cases). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,300 cases each.  

Nation-wide Summary      

New cases on 10 January 

555 

Hospitalized cases on 10 January 

13,709 

Total cases since March  

130,604 

Total fatalities since March     

2,846 

 

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards 

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia 

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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210110: 555 More Confirmed Cases on 10 January

  

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 555 More Confirmed Cases on 10 January 

Sunday 10 January, 2021     

             

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 555 new cases in the last 24 hours. They were detected out of 17,343 tests, i.e. a positivity rate of 3.2%. 20 more patients died from the disease in the last 24 hours.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 130,604 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,846 have died from it.    

 

Nation-wide Summary     

New cases on 8 January 

555 

Hospitalized cases as of 8 January 

13,709 

Total cases since March 

130,604 

Total fatalities since March 

2,846 

 

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards           

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia.        

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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210110: Details of 9 January Cases


Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 9 January Cases  

Sunday 10 January, 2021  

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 566 new Covid-19 cases had been identified. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, 130,049 people have been tested positive to Covid-19 and 2,826 people have died from it. At 19:30 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of those 566 cases: 

  

Yangon Region 

203 

Naypyitaw 

Mandalay Region 

122 

Kachin State 

Magway Region 

62 

Chin State 

Bago Region 

57 

Rakhine State 

Mon State 

34 

Kayah State 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

25 

Kayin State 

Sagaing Region 

25 

Tanintharyi Region 

Shan State 

19 

 

 

 

In Yangon Region, 203 new cases were reported, i.e. 84,557 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in East Dagon (+34 cases), Thingangyun (+17) and Kamayut (+13). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,700 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 122 new cases were reported, i.e. 14,748 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Chan Mya Tharzi (+23 cases), Aung Myay Tharzan (+15) and Maha Aung Myay (+14). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,300 cases each.  

Nation-wide Summary      

New cases on 9 January 

566 

Hospitalized cases on 9 January 

13,673 

Total cases since March  

130,049 

Total fatalities since March     

2,826 

 

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards 

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia 

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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210109: 566 More Confirmed Cases on 9 January

 

 

  Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 566 More Confirmed Cases on 9 January 

Saturday 9 January, 2021     

             

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 566 new cases in the last 24 hours. They were detected out of 19,806 tests, i.e. a positivity rate of 2.9%. 14 more patients died from the disease in the last 24 hours.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 130,049 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,826 have died from it.    

 

Nation-wide Summary     

New cases on 9 January 

566 

Hospitalized cases as of 9 January 

13,673 

Total cases since March 

130,049 

Total fatalities since March 

2,826 

  

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards           

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia.          

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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210109: Details of 8 January Cases

 

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 8 January Cases  

Saturday 9 January, 2021  

 

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 711 new Covid-19 cases had been identified. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, 129,483 people have been tested positive to Covid-19 and 2,812 people have died from it.  

At 18:00 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of 696 of those 711 cases. MoHS did not give explanation for 15 missing cases.

Yangon Region 

223 

Shan State 

13 

Mandalay Region 

178 

Chin State 

Bago Region 

94 

Rakhine State 

Mon State 

49 

Naypyitaw 

Kayin State 

37 

Kachin State 

Sagaing Region 

35 

Kayah State 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

22 

Tanintharyi Region 

Magway Region 

16 

 

 

 

In Yangon Region, 223 new cases were reported, i.e. 84,577 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Hmawbi (+28 cases), Mingaladon (+18) and North Okkalapa (+18). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,700 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 178 new cases were reported, i.e. 14,804 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Chan Aye Tharzan (+24 cases), Chan Mya Tharzi (+24) and Aung Myay Tharzan (+22). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,300 cases each.  

Nation-wide Summary      

New cases on 8 January 

711 

Hospitalized cases on 8 January 

13,795 

Total cases since March  

129,483 

Total fatalities since March     

2,812 

 

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards 

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia 

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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210108: 711 More Confirmed Cases on 8 January

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 711 More Confirmed Cases on 8 January 

Friday 8 January, 2021     

             

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 711 new cases in the last 24 hours. They were detected out of 20,164 tests, i.e. a positivity rate of 3.5%. 13 more patients died from the disease in the last 24 hours.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 129,483 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,812 have died from it.    

 

Nation-wide Summary     

New cases on 8 January 

711 

Hospitalized cases as of 8 January 

13,795 

Total cases since March 

129,483 

Total fatalities since March 

2,812 

 

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards           

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia.          

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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210108: Details of 7 January Cases

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 7 January Cases  

Friday 8 January, 2021  

 

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 594 new Covid-19 cases had been identified. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, 128,772 people have been tested positive to Covid-19 and 2,799 people have died from it. At 18:30 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of those 594 cases:   

Yangon Region 

252 

Kayin State 

15 

Mandalay Region 

105 

Naypyitaw 

10 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

77 

Kachin State 

Bago Region 

47 

Tanintharyi Region 

Mon State 

36 

Shan State 

Sagaing Region 

20 

Kayah State 

Magway Region 

17 

 

 

 

 

In Yangon Region, 252 new cases were reported, i.e. 84,354 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Mingaladon (+22 cases), Thingangyun (+21) and Hlegu (+18). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,700 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 105 new cases were reported, i.e. 14,626 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Aung Myay Tharzan (+21 cases), Chan Aye Tharzan (+15) and Chan Mya Tharzi (+14). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,300 cases each.  

 

Nation-wide Summary      

New cases on 6 January 

594 

Hospitalized cases on 6 January 

13,925 

Total cases since March  

128,772 

Total fatalities since March     

2,799 

 

Questions or further request for information can be directed towards 

Martin Michalon, Head of Risk Management, at m.michalon@exera.asia

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