Visa and Restrictions for Travellers to Myanmar COVID-19

The high rate of COVID-19 cases worldwide couldn’t affect from COVID-19. That’s why there will be a temporary suspension for all new e-visa applications. It will remain in effect from 20 March 2020, 23:59 Myanmar Standard Time (GMT + 6: 30) to till 15 May 2020. Please see this page for further updates and contact us if you need any more information. you can reach out to us at any time. We thank you for your kind understanding and apologize for any inconvenience.

Precautionary Restrictions for Travellers to Myanmar

  • According to The World Health Organization (WHO), the outbreak of COVID-19 as an epidemic was announced on 11 March 2020, and governments around the world were requested to respond to stop the epidemic.
  • In view of the rapid increase in the spread of the COVID-19 globe by the WHO, the Government of the Republic of Myanmar has taken measures to control and limit the risk. Perhaps, Myanmar’s population may be affected by people who are severely affected.
  • And now let’s talk about travelers who have visited a lot of countries, the following additional temporary restrictive measures will start from 15 March 2020, 0500 hours.
  • The Ministry of Health and Sports is observant of the world state of affairs on the occurrence, particularly the transmission pattern of the COVID-19, and can build any announcements on extra preventative measures as and once necessary.

Visa Exemption Extension

The Myanmar government has announced that the visa waiver pilot program has been extended till 30 September 2020. According to this program, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, and Macau Special Administrative Region of China do not require visas for tourist visits of up to 30 days And they will be able to enter and depart from all international posts.

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