Local Residents from Villages in Lay Kay Kaw Area of Kayin State Continue Returning to their Respective Homes and Necessary Healthcare Services Provided

Since the peace and stability has been restored in Law Kay Kaw area, security force members and departmental officials have made necessary arrangements to facilitate the return of innocent residents who fled to neighbouring country. Hence, a total of 83 displaced people (45 males and 38 females) returned to their respective areas of Mae Htaw Tha Lay on 6 January. A total of 6,706 displaced people (3,153 males and 3,553 females) who had lived in Ingyin Myaing, Min Let Pan, Myitta Lin Myaing, Mae Htaw Tha Lay and Phalugyi villages, returned to their respective homes in the vilages during the period from 29 December 2021 to 6 January 2022.

Receiving the returnees systematically, the healthcare officials from relevant public hospitals and military medical personnel made the efforts of testing COVID-19 pandemic, providing quarantine entry documents to returnees and explaining the instructions released by Ministry of Health. It is reported that the coordination was made between officials from the Military Command and from the relevant departments to fulfill the healthcare requirements and other ones for returnees. 

  • A total of 6,706 displaced people (3,153 males and 3,553 females) who had lived in Ingyin Myaing, Min Let Pan, Myitta Lin Myaing, Mae Htaw Tha Lay and Phalugyi villages, returned to their respective areas during the period from 29 December 2021 to 6 January 2022.

 

engdate: 
Friday, January 7, 2022 - 21:00
month: 
January, 2022