Wednesday July 08, 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic was confirmed to have reached Myanmar on 23 March 2020 and the government announced temporary suspension of all types of visas for all foreign nationals to come to Myanmar from all countries on 29 March 2020. The curfew was imposed between 10 PM and 4 AM starting from 18 April in several states and regions to control the spread of the Corona virus and Yangon authorities declared 10 townships on semi-lock down except for purchasing food and medical care.
Updated Myanmar Condition
Fifteen weeks after confirming its first Covid-19 case on March 23, Myanmar has reported 316 Covid-19 confirmed cases with 6 deaths, and 245 recovered. But most cases have been detected from quarantined peoples who are returning from overseas. Now our government has started relaxing the lockdowns but the curfew from 12 PM to 4 AM still remains. Hotels, restaurants, and many businesses can reopen, according to the guideline of authorities after passing the government inspection. Our government extended the ban of incoming flights to Myanmar until July 31, 2020, to contain the spread of Coronavirus pandemic, but the measure will not apply to relief flights, cargo flights, medical evacuation flights, and special flights approved by the Department of Civil Aviation.
Updated Covid-19 Information For Travelers To Myanmar
- Total of 316 Covid-19 confirmed cases with 6 deaths and 245 recovered until 08 July 2020.
- Temporary suspension for all types of visas until 31 July 2020.
- International flights to Myanmar are suspended until 31 July 2020.
- All incoming travelers including Myanmar nationals need to quarantine for 21 days at government facility or hotel and 7 days home quarantine on their arrival in Myanmar.
- Curfew between 12 PM and 4 AM in several states and regions still remains effective until 15 July 2020.
- Pagodas, Temples, Museums and recreational areas have been temporarily closed until further notice.
Lucky Treasure on Covid-19
Like many others, our office was temporarily closed on 27 March 2020 to reduce the spread of the Corona virus. It is a very difficult situation for everyone but our top priority is the health and safety of our employees, to continue supporting our valued customers. At the end of April, the infection rate remains low relative to our countries and our office reopened with the guidelines of the ministry and WHO to keep supporting our suppliers and clients.
As we know, we all are facing with Covid-19 and we do hope that this period will end soon. After Covid-19 pandemic, when the entry to Myanmar is reopened, we will arrange back our tours with the awareness related to the Corona virus, the guidelines of the government and WHO.
We are excited to welcome you to Myanmar and are keen to help you plan the perfect trip. We are also excited to announce our new flexible cancellation policy. We know your travel plans can change due to the World pandemic of Coronavirus. But you can travel worry free with our flexible cancellation policy.
Lucky Treasure Travels is committed to providing flexibility and financial security for any traveller planning travel to Myanmar with any of our tour packages. The policy will apply to both new and existing bookings which are confirmed and secured with a deposit will receive a future travel credit until 30 April 2022 for your tour packages, but must be informed no later than 30 days before arrival.