402 new Covid-19 patients found in Myanmar in one day Seven more died

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The Ministry of Health announced on the night of December 3 that 402 new Covid-19 confirmed cases and seven deaths had been reported in Burma on the same day.

The tests were carried out on hospitals and clinics involved in the anti-authoritarian movement (CDM). The exact extent of the infection has not been determined, as it has been tested in most military hospitals under the junta, excluding laboratories.

The ministry said in a statement that it tested 19,332 laboratory samples in the past 24 hours and found 402 new infections, with an infection rate of 2.1 percent.

A total of 516 people were discharged from the hospital after recovering.

So far, a total of 523,748 cases and 19,127 deaths have been reported in Myanmar.

Myanmar was one of the first countries in the Asean region to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, but now it has the lowest percentage of fully vaccinated people in 10 ASEAN countries, according to Vaccine Tracker data.

According to a November 30 statement from the Ministry of Health under the Military Council, 11.85 million (11,858,598) people have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and 4.99 million (4,990,5747) have been fully vaccinated in the first quarter.

As a result, 21.6 percent of Myanmar’s 55 million people have been fully vaccinated twice.

It is endemic in 36 countries worldwide that are infected with the omega-19 mutation. European countries United States Canada Japan South Korea Hong Kong Singapore Countries such as India and Malaysia are already infected.