Further 751 Local Residents from Villages in Lay Kay Kaw Area of Kayin State Return to Their Respective Areas

Peace and tranquility have been restored around Lay Kay Kaw Myothit in Kayin state since 28 December after the area has been under the control of security forces. Due to the re-invitations to the fled innocent civilians by using loudspeakers in Kayin and Myanmar languages and necessary coordination between Thailand and Myanmar border committees, a total of further 751 people out of displaced ones: 396 males and 355 females who lived in Ingyin Myaing, Mae Htaw Tha Lay and Phalu Gyi villages, returned to their respective areas on 3 January. A total of 6,623 displaced people: 3,108 males and 3,515 females who lived in Ingyin Myaing, Min Let Pan, Mae Htaw Tha Lay and Phalu Gyi villages, have returned to their respective areas during the period from 29 December 2021 to 3 January 2022.

Officials received the returnees systematically and the healthcare officials from   relevant public hospitals and military medical personnel made the efforts of providing COVID-19 test and quarantine entry documents to returnees, and giving a brief on the instructions released by Ministry of Health as well. It is reported that the measures for returnees were worked together between the officials from the Military Command and from the relevant departments to fulfill the healthcare requirements and other ones.

  • A total of 6,623 displaced people: 3,108 males and 3,515 females who lived in Ingyin Myaing, Min Let Pan, Mae Htaw Tha Lay and Phalu Gyi villages, have returned to their respective areas during the period from 29 December 2021 to 3 January 2022.