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Dear Chefs in Myanmar,  
The ONLY True COVID19 NEWS & Backup in Myanmar:  
https://mohs.gov.mm/Main/content/publication/2019-ncov……Stay at Homes, Wash Hands, Use Face Masks — please follow & support active all COVID19 Rules & Law Enforcement,- It is a Great Time to support the Government for peoples Safety & security now & at all Times. 


Also support & post “ Extension for Chefs Online Education to 31.12.20 Request “ to H.E. The State Counselor – Daw Aung San Suu Kyi,….post at your FB and mailing boost message. Dear Chefs, Ensure United that no one is left behind and all are taken care,….Sure you all know Myanmar orders for the Health Safety of every one in and from Yangon to stay at home from Monday 21.9.2020. Stay in contact – online or call let us know when anyone needs support, we will look together how to help each other where possible – arrange in these days that no one is left behind. Look and Care when ever possible these days.Stay Chefs Connected – “ MCA Hot Line “,- Call at any time: 09 444 98 2016 for any emergency,- so we all can try to coordinate as Chefs Team Myanmar,- all over Myanmar for direct help. Use the MCA website Chat with Andrew at direct respond at www.myanmarchefs.com ( angelatmyanmar@gmail.com ).Chefs Request Extension to 31.12.20 Free Training – As many Chefs and Hotel Staff registered past three weeks: Use the time for an upgrade of your Culinary, Beverage, Management, Health, Marketing education and prepare your self for a better Post Covid19 time – take the time now and the chance to bring your Hospitality knowledge to a higher level for better jobs & higher positions in the future.Chefs Register at:   https://www.typsy.com/activate/MCAMEMBER   The Free Education until 30.9.2020. We apply extension to 31.12.20 – support extension with a Face Book Post.
MCA requests H.E. The State Counselor – Daw Aung Suu Kyi for a 3 month education extension to 31.12.20,… We wrote & Chef Romeo Thu conveys a special request to H.E. The State Counselor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi with the request of a three month extension until 31.12.2020 of the excellent Online Training by Australian Hospitality Institute through MOHT & Luxdev.  Dear Chefs support & post this “ Extension for Education to 31.12.20 Request “ as much as possible at your face book mailings, website to reach as much as possible and show your support to the Idea of having this Online Training by Australian Hospitality Institute Extend until 31.12.2020. 

It is a Best Time to support The Government & help pro active ” Law Enforcement “.  As some actually in charge for Security struggle the past weeks to find ends,- to stay together and pull in the same direction will benefit all in and for Myanmar. 
We are confident that with strict follow of all COVID19 rules by all Yangon people in support and help ensure the Government s rules imposed, Myanmar can see a good time soon again. Which all Myanmar actually had in their hands already and much deserved.    Stay healthy, stay social distanced – also at home use Face Masks as much as possible, wash your hands to ensure we will meet soon againto celebrate Culinary Myanmar again with all friends – looking for you all be together again, yoursOliver E Soe Thet Myanmar Chefs Association World Chefs Without Borders, Yangon 20.9.2020 – Myanmar 

Health ministry reported 671 new coronavirus cases on Sunday 

The ONLY True COVID19 NEWS & Backup in Myanmar –  https://mohs.gov.mm/Main/content/publication/2019-ncov

YANGON, Myanmar — Myanmar, faced with a rapidly rising number of coronavirus cases and deaths, has announced the tightest restrictions so far to fight the spread of the disease.

The measures announced Sunday by Health Minister Dr, Myint Htwe cover Yangon, the country’s biggest city and main transportation hub.

Measures effective Monday allow just one person per household out of their homes for shopping, and two for hospital visits, although a driver is also permitted when travelling by car. Wearing face masks is mandatory.

All office staffs must work from home, while factories, finishing and construction enterprises must halt operations from Sept 24 to Oct. 7.

Personnel of essential services, including banks, gas stations, food shops and pharmacies are exempt from the order.

Travel out of Yangon was already banned and all domestic flights grounded on Sept. 11.

Until an upsurge in coronavirus cases last month in the western state of Rakhine, Myanmar had appeared to have largely been spared from the pandemic, having recorded just 353 virus cases as of the beginning of August. The country as of Sunday has 5,541, including 92 deaths.

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