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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210107: 594 More Confirmed Cases on 7 January

 

 

  Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 594 More Confirmed Cases on 7 January 

Thursday 7 January, 2021     

             

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 594 new cases in the last 24 hours. They were detected out of 18,953 tests, i.e. a positivity rate of 3.1%. 15 more patients died from the disease in the last 24 hours.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 128,772 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,799 have died from it.    

 

Nation-wide Summary     

New cases on 7 January 

594 

Hospitalized cases as of 7 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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[FLASH][Covid-19 Update] 210107: Details of 6 January Cases

 

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 6 January Cases  

Thursday 7 January, 2021  

 

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 596 new Covid-19 cases had been identified. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, 128,178 people have been tested positive to Covid-19 and 2,785 people have died from it. At 18:30 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of those 596 cases:   

Yangon Region 

193 

Sagaing Region 

11 

Mandalay Region 

140 

Chin State 

Bago Region 

101 

Rakhine State 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

60 

Kachin State 

Mon State 

26 

Naypyitaw 

Magway Region 

19 

Kayah State 

Shan State 

17 

Kayin State 

 

 

In Yangon Region, 193 new cases were reported, i.e. 84,102 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in North Okkalapa (+15 cases), Tamwe (+11) and Hmawbi (+11). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,700 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 140 new cases were reported, i.e. 14,521 cases since March 2020. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Chan Aye Tharzan (+25 cases), Aung Myay Tharzan (+21) 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 6 January 

596 

Hospitalized cases on 6 January     

13,992 

Total cases since March  

128,178 

Total fatalities since March     

2,785 

 

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] 210106: 596 More Confirmed Cases on 6 January

  

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 596 More Confirmed Cases on 6 January 

Wednesday 6 January, 2021       

             

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 596 new cases in the last 24 hours, i.e. 127,804 cases since the beginning of the second wave (16 August). Details about those new cases will be released tomorrow evening.   

Those 596 cases were detected out of 17,279 tests conducted in the last 24 hours, i.e. a positivity rate of 3.4%. The MoHS also stated that 19 more patients had died from the disease in the last 24 hours.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 128,178 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,785 have died from it.    

Nation-wide Summary     

Total cases since March 

128,178 

Total confirmed cases in second wave (since 16 August)   

127,804 

Hospitalized cases           

13,992 

Fatalities           

2,785 

  

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] 210106: Details of 5 January Cases

 

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 5 January Cases 

Wednesday 6 January, 2021   

 

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 647 new Covid-19 cases had been identified in 24 hours i.e. 127,208 cases since the beginning of the second wave, on 16 August. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March, 127,582 people have been contaminated in Myanmar, and a total of 2,766 people have died of Covid-19. At 18:00 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of those 647 cases:  

Yangon Region 

210 

Naypyitaw 

35 

Mandalay Region 

138 

Sagaing Region 

22 

Bago Region 

53 

Shan State 

14 

Magway Region 

47 

Rakhine State 

12 

Mon State 

38 

Kachin State 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

36 

Chin State 

Kayin State 

33 

Tanintharyi Region  

In Yangon Region, 210 new cases were reported, i.e. 82,056 cases since 16 August. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Thingangyun (+36 cases), Tarmwe (+18 cases) and South Dagon (+16 cases). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,500 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 138 new cases were reported, i.e. 13,564 cases since 16 August. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Maha Aung Myay (+20 cases), Chan Mya Tharzi (+19 cases), and Taungtha (+14 cases). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,000 cases each.  

Nation-wide Summary      

Total cases since March  

127,582 

Total confirmed cases in second wave (since 16 August)    

127,208 

Hospitalized cases            

14,011 

Fatalities            

2,766 

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] 210105: 647 More Confirmed Cases on 5 January

 

  

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 647 More Confirmed Cases on 5 January

Tuesday 5 January, 2021      

            

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 647 new cases in the last 24 hours, i.e. 127,208 cases since the beginning of the second wave (16 August). Details about those new cases will be released tomorrow evening.  

Those 647 cases were detected out of 19,770 tests conducted in the last 24 hours, i.e. a positivity rate of 3.2%. The MoHS also stated that 22 more patients had died from the disease in the last 24 hours. 

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 127,582 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,766 have died from it.   

Nation-wide Summary    

Total cases since March

127,582

Total confirmed cases in second wave (since 16 August)  

127,208

Hospitalized cases          

14,011

Fatalities          

2,766

 

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] 210105: Details of 4 January Cases

 

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 4 January Cases 

Tuesday 5 January, 2021   

 

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 590 new Covid-19 cases had been identified in 24 hours i.e. 126,561 cases since the beginning of the second wave, on 16 August. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March, 126,935 people have been contaminated in Myanmar, and a total of 2,744 people have died of Covid-19. At 18:00 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of those 590 cases:  

Yangon Region 

174 

Kachin State 

16 

Mandalay Region 

149 

Shan State 

11 

Bago Region 

81 

Kayin State 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

50 

Chin State 

Magway Region 

40 

Rakhine State 

Sagaing Region 

31 

Naypyitaw 

Mon State 

22 

Kayah State 

In Yangon Region, 174 new cases were reported, i.e. 81,846 cases since 16 August. Yesterday, the main surge took place in South Oakpala (+14 cases), Hmawbi (+14 cases) and Hlaingtharyar (+13cases). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,500 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 149 new cases were reported, i.e. 13,516 cases since 16 August. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Chan Mya Tharzi (+30 cases), Maha Aung Myay (+22 cases) and Patheinkyi (+18 cases). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,000 cases each.  

Nation-wide Summary      

Total cases since March  

126,935 

Total confirmed cases in second wave (since 16 August)    

126,561 

Hospitalized cases            

13,991 

Fatalities            

2,744 

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] 210104: 590 More Confirmed Cases on 4 January

 

 

  

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 590 More Confirmed Cases on 4 January 

Monday 4 January, 2021       

             

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 590 new cases in the last 24 hours, i.e. 126,561 cases since the beginning of the second wave (16 August). Details about those new cases will be released tomorrow evening.   

Those 590 cases were detected out of 16,990 tests conducted in the last 24 hours, i.e. a positivity rate of 3.4%. The MoHS also stated that 16 more patients had died from the disease in the last 24 hours.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 126,935 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,728 have died from it.    

Nation-wide Summary     

Total cases since March 

126,935 

Total confirmed cases in second wave (since 16 August)   

126,561 

Hospitalized cases           

13,991 

Fatalities           

2,744 

  

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] 210104: Details of 3 January Cases

 

Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 3 January Cases 

Monday 4 January, 2021   

 

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 729 new Covid-19 cases had been identified in 24 hours i.e. 125,971 cases since the beginning of the second wave, on 16 August. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March, 126,345 people have been contaminated in Myanmar, and a total of 2,728 people have died of Covid-19. At 19:45 hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of 695 out of 729 cases. Further details and clarifications may be provided tomorrow.   

Yangon Region 

224 

Sagaing Region 

14 

Mandalay Region 

150 

Kayin State 

13 

Bago Region 

110 

Kachin State 

10 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

56 

Tanintharyi Region 

Mon State 

49 

Chin State 

Naypyitaw 

27 

Rakhine State 

Magway 

20 

Shan State 

In Yangon Region, 224 new cases were reported, i.e. 81,672 cases since 16 August. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Kamaryut (+65 cases), Mingalardon (+21cases) and Hmawbi (+21 cases). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,500 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 150 new cases were reported, i.e. 13,367 cases since 16 August. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Chan Aye Tharzan (+33 cases), Aung Myay Tharzan (+26 cases) and Patheingyi (+24 cases). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,000 cases each.  

Nation-wide Summary      

Total cases since March  

126,345 

Total confirmed cases in second wave (since 16 August)    

125,971 

Hospitalized cases            

14,069 

Fatalities            

2,728 

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] 210103: 729 More Confirmed Cases on 3 January

 

 Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic: 729 More Confirmed Cases on 3 January 

Sunday 3 January, 2021       

             

At 20:00, the Ministry of Health and Sports (MoHS) reported 729 new cases in the last 24 hours, i.e. 125,971 cases since the beginning of the second wave (16 August). Details about those new cases will be released tomorrow evening.   

Those 729 cases were detected out of 17,662 tests conducted in the last 24 hours, i.e. a positivity rate of 4%. The MoHS also stated that 17 more patients had died from the disease in the last 24 hours.  

Since the beginning of the pandemic in Myanmar, in March 2020, 126,345 people have been contaminated by Covid-19, and 2,728 have died from it.    

Nation-wide Summary     

Total cases since March 

126,345 

Total confirmed cases in second wave (since 16 August)   

125,971 

Hospitalized cases           

14,069 

Fatalities           

2,728 

  

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] 210103: Details of 2 January Cases



Flash alert – Covid-19 Pandemic in Myanmar: Details of 2 January Cases 

Sunday 3 January, 2021   

 

Yesterday evening at 20:00 hrs, the MoHS announced that 574 new Covid-19 cases had been identified in 24 hours, i.e. 125,242 cases since the beginning of the second wave, on 16 August. Since the beginning of the pandemic in March, 125,616 people have been contaminated in Myanmar, and a total of 2,711 people have died of Covid-19. At 18:00 Hrs today, the MoHS released the spatial breakdown of those 574 cases:   

Yangon Region 

217 

Naypyitaw 

14 

Mandalay Region 

143 

Mon State 

12 

Magway Region 

56 

Chin State 

Bago Region 

41 

Shan State 

Sagaing Region 

30 

Kachin State 

Ayeyarwaddy Region 

22 

Kayah State 

Rakhine State 

21 

 

 

In Yangon Region, 217 new cases were reported, i.e. 81,448 cases since 16 August. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Insein (+28 cases), Thingangyun (+22) and North Dagon (+19). North Okkalapa and Mingaladon remain the most-affected townships, with more than 5,500 cases each.    

In Mandalay Region, 143 new cases were reported, i.e. 13,217 cases since 16 August. Yesterday, the main surge took place in Chan Mya Tharzi (+24 cases), Chan Aye Tharzan (+22) and Amarapura (+19). Chan Aye Tharzan, Aung Myay Tharzan and Maha Aung Myay Townships remain the most-affected areas, with more than 2,000 cases each.  

Nation-wide Summary      

Total cases since March  

125,616 

Total confirmed cases in second wave (since 16 August)    

125,242 

Hospitalized cases            

14,245 

Fatalities            

2,711 


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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