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The Myawaddy-Mae Sot Friendship Bridge No. 1 on the Myanmar-Thailand border, which was closed for almost two years due to COVID-19 disease, will open in early 2022

The Myawaddy-Mae Sot Friendship Bridge No. 1 on the Myanmar-Thailand border, which was closed for almost two years due to COVID-19 disease, will be reopened in early 2022. Mae Sot-Myawaddy on the Thai-Myanmar border from January 1, 2022; Chiang Mai – Tachileik The Ranong-Kawthaung border will be reopened with the Travel Bubble, according to the report. Chiang Mai, which connects Burma, including the Myawaddy-Mae Sot Friendship Bridge on the Myanmar-Thailand border; Foreign tourists will be allowed to visit Chiang Mai, Ranong and 43 districts.

The first wave of COVID-19 on the Myawaddy-Mae Sot Friendship Bridge No. 1 on the Myanmar-Thailand border; It has been closed since March 2020 due to the rapid spread of Corona virus. Friendship Bridge No. 1, which was closed to tourists for almost two years, will be reopened on June 1, 2022. It is good news. Moe Kyo, chairman of the Joint Action Committee for Myanmar Citizens (JACBA), said the socio-economic situation would improve.

The Friendship Bridge No. 1 in Htein Myanmar has been closed since March 2020 during COVID first wave. Starting from January 1, 2022, border gates, the bridges of friendship will be reopened. It is good news that the bridge will be reopened as everything will be fine. On January 1, 2022, five districts including Bangkok, Chonburi, Fitburi, Pakyut Sirikhan, Chiang Mai, will be reopened, and another 21 districts will open on January 15. It will also allow tourists to travel through 13 border crossings with Thailand and a total of 43 provinces. According to reports from Mae Sot, Thailand’s latest statement is likely to change over time due to COVID disease.

Source: Daily Eleven

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