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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Daily Updates

The World Health Organization has declared the outbreak of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) a pandemic. The number of coronavirus cases continues to rise around the world. As a result, we’re witnessing its massive impact on tourism. Below is a full overview of the COVID-19 situation in our destinations, updated on a daily basis.

Vietnam

LATEST UPDATE May 26:
- A female student repatriated from France was confirmed positive for the novel coronavirus by the Health Ministry Monday evening.
- A Vietnamese woman who was repatriated from Russia two weeks ago was confirmed Covid-19 free Monday, bringing down active cases to 54.

Current snapshot of COVID-19 cases in Vietnam

Confirmed infections 326
Recovered cases 272
Deaths 0


UPDATE May 25:
- Vietnam confirmed no new Covid-19 case Monday morning, also marking the 39th straight day without new infections caused by community transmission. The nation’s Covid-19 tally stands at 325 after one was added Sunday morning. Of these 267 have recovered and 58 are active patients.

UPDATE May 24:
- Vietnam confirms new Covid-19 infection from abroad, taking the active cases tally to 58. 

UPDATE May 23:
- “Patient 149” was confirmed free of Covid-19 for the second time Friday, bringing active cases in Vietnam down to 57.
- Vietnam began its fifth straight day without new Covid-19 infections and day 37 without community transmission.

UPDATE May 22:
- Two Covid-19 patients in Hanoi, including a relapse, have fully recovered, it was confirmed Thursday, bringing Vietnam’s active cases down to 58.

UPDATE May 21:
- Vietnam began Thursday morning with no new Covid-19 infection, also recording the 35th straight day without community transmission of the coronavirus. 

UPDATE May 20:
- Vietnam discharged another relapsed Covid-19 patient Tuesday
- With no new case confirmed, Wednesday morning marked day 34 that Vietnam has begun without a new coronavirus infection caused by community transmission. The nation's Covid-19 tally now stands at 324, with 60 active and 264 having recovered. 

UPDATE May 19:
- Two flight attendants on board a repatriation flight from Russia were among four new Covid-19 patients in Vietnam, the Health Ministry confirmed Monday evening. The total positive cases in Vietnam is now 324
- Three Vietnamese patients were announced free of the novel coronavirus in Hanoi on Monday, bringing the national tally of active cases down to 57.
- No deaths have been recorded so far and no community transmission recorded for over a month.

UPDATE May 18:
- The Health Ministry confirmed no new Covid-19 patients Monday morning, marking the 32nd consecutive day without community transmission of the disease.

UPDATE May 17:
- The Health Ministry confirmed two new Covid-19 patients Sunday evening, both Vietnamese repatriated from Russia, raising the country’s infection tally to 320.

UPDATE May 16:
- The Health Ministry confirmed one new coronavirus patient - a Russia returnee on Saturday morning, raising the active cases in Vietnam to 54.

UPDATE May 15:
- Vietnam’s Covid-19 tally jumped to 312 Friday morning after 24 citizens repatriated from Russia were confirmed positive. 260 patients have been discharged from the hospital.

UPDATE May 14:
- With no new Covid-19 case confirmed Thursday morning, Vietnam entered its 28th consecutive day without community infection of the virus.
- Hanoi's Hoan Kiem District will reopen its walking streets on Friday more than three months after it closed them to contain the Covid-19 outbreak.

UPDATE May 13:
- Many historical relics in Hanoi (Temple of Literature, Ngoc Son Temple, Hoa Lo Prison,...) will reopen Thursday after remaining closed for more than a month to contain the coronavirus
- The nation’s Covid-19 tally has remained at 288 since last Thursday, with the number of active patients down to 36 after three relapsed patients, all Brazilian, were discharged Tuesday. 

UPDATE May 09-12:
- The nation’s infection tally remains at 288, of those 241 have recovered, and of the remaining only 47 active cases, 13 have tested negative twice or more. Vietnam goes 26 days without Covid-19 community infection (as of 12.05.2020)

UPDATE May 08:
- Vietnam recorded 17 new cases on May 7 – all of which were Vietnamese coming back from the UAE on a repatriation flight. All returnees have been quarantined on arrival.
- All domestic flights of the Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar Pacific are set to be resumed next month under management of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

UPDATE May 06-07:
- Vietnam’s Ministry of Health’s tally of confirmed cases of COVID-19 remained at 271. However, 232 of the affected patients have recovered and been discharged from hospitals. 

UPDATE May 05:
- Vietnam began day 19 without community transmission of the Covid-19 virus.
- The Health Ministry confirmed zero fresh Covid-19 cases Tuesday morning, keeping the national count at 271 since Sunday evening, with no deaths.
- 11 new Covid-19 patients have been discharged from hospitals.

UPDATE May 04:
- Vietnam confirmed a new Covid-19 patient on Sunday evening, bringing the total cases to 271. 
- Vietnam began day 18 without community transmission of the Covid-19 virus.

UPDATE May 03:
- Two recovered Covid-19 patients have tested positive after being discharged, raising the city’s total relapses to six and the nation’s to 14.
- Sunday morning marked the 9th consecutive day that Vietnam recorded no new Covid-19 infection and 17th day with no community transmission.

UPDATE May 02:
- Vietnam stays Covid-19 clear for eighth straight day. 

UPDATE May 01:
- Vietnam reports no new Covid-19 cases for six days. 
- Three Covid-19 patients recover from severe condition

UPDATE April 30:
- Vietnam reports no community transmission in 14 days. But two more treated patients relapsed on Wednesday evening, bringing the total number of relapses to 11. Of the 270 confirmed cases, 51 are now active while the remaining 219 people have been discharged from hospitals. 

Entry Conditions: Vietnam has suspended entry at all borders for all nationalities until further notice. Vietnamese returnees or diplomatic travelers who have permission to entry will be sent to medical camps for centralized quarantine for 14 days.

Health Check/Declarations:
Health screening is performed at all airports, including temperature checks.

Hotel News: For safety reasons, some hotels in Vietnam are being blocked for quarantine. In addition, a few homestays and local houses are closed and refuse to welcome guests. We will make sure our clients are informed about any changes as soon as possible. For more information, please contact our sales team.

Attraction News: A number of festivals and events in Vietnam have been cancelled or postponed in alignment with the government’s directive to avoid public gatherings.

Flight Information:
- Vietnam will suspend all inbound international flights.
Domestic flights have been significantly reduced to just one round trip a day between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City; Hanoi and Da Nang; Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang. Passenger trains between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City are also limited to two trips a day. 
- Vietnam Airlines will suspend all international flights until at least April 30.
- All domestic flights of the Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar Pacific are set to be resumed from June under management of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV).

Thailand

LATEST UPDATE May 26:  
- As of May 26, total cases in the country have increased to 3042. The number of fatalities has also increased to 2928. 

Current snapshot of COVID-19 cases in Thailand

Confirmed infections 3042
Recovered cases 2928
Deaths 57


UPDATE May 25:  
- Thailand reported two additional cases of the new coronavirus on Monday, bringing total cases to 3,042. One additional death was recorded, bringing the accumulated toll to 57.
- Temples and historical sites in Ayutthaya have reopened to the public after restrictions to contain the spread of Covid-19 were eased.

UPDATE May 24:  
- Thailand has confirmed 3 new cases of the Covid-19 virus. 2916 patients have been recovered.

UPDATE May 23:  
- The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration confirmed yesterday, that Phase 3 of lockdown relaxation will take effect on June 1.

UPDATE May 22:  
- Thailand only has three new cases on May 21, bringing the total to 3,037. The death toll remains unchanged at 56. 

UPDATE May 21:  
- Thailand recorded only one new case on May 20, taking the total to 3,034. Of those, 2888 patients have been recovered.
- Despite the reopening of many businesses and a loosening of the national curfew, Thailand’s national state of emergency appears set to remain in effect for at least another month

UPDATE May 20:  
- The government has allowed Thai airways to restructure its debts in order to keep its planes flying.
- Thailand recorded only two new cases on May 19, bringing the national total to 3,033.

UPDATE May 19:  
- Thailand reported two additional cases of the new coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing total cases to 3,033. No additional deaths were recorded, leaving the accumulated toll at 56.
- Thailand’s flag carrier Thai Airways International will file a plan for restructuring its business with the Central Bankruptcy Court, a government spokeswoman said Monday.

UPDATE May 18:  
- Thailand reported three additional cases of the new coronavirus on Monday, bringing total cases to 3,031. No additional deaths were recorded, leaving the accumulated toll at 56.

UPDATE May 17:  
- The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has today announced an extension of their current ban on international travel another month, until at least the end of June, 2020.
- 3 new cases bring the national total of infections to 3,028

UPDATE May 16:  
- Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health has removed two countries and two special administrative zones off its list of Covid-19 ‘high-risk’ countries. The destinations include China, South Korea, Hong Kong and Macau.
- The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has announced the postponement of the reopening of Phuket International Airport. Scheduled international flights into and out of Thailand remained banned until at least May 31.
- The government has approved the second phase of the easing of lockdown measures from May 17 to help lift the economy
- Thailand on Friday (May 15) reported seven new cases of Covid-19 but no deaths over the previous 24 hours. The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases since the outbreak began rose to 3,025.
- The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration on Friday (May 15) resolved to reduce the curfew hours from 11pm to 4am from the current 10pm to 4am.

UPDATE May 15:  
- No new case has been reported in Thailand today. 
- All international passenger flights are still banned until 31 May, 2020
- Thailand’s Civil Aviation Authority has signed an order which will allow the Phuket International Airport to re-open from the morning of Saturday, May 16, less than two days away. Aircraft are also requiring specific seating to avoid people sitting next to each other and an insistence that passengers must wear masks. There is also no food and beverage services allowed on domestic services at this stage and travellers are urged to arrive at the airport 3 hours before their flight for additional check in procedures.

UPDATE May 14:  
- Thailand reported one new case today, bringing the total to 3018.

UPDATE May 13:  
- 2 more patients have been discharged from the hospital.

UPDATE May 12:  
- The government on Tuesday reported two new coronavirus cases, bringing the total in Thailand to 3,017. No additional deaths were reported, leaving the accumulated toll at 56.

UPDATE May 10-11:  
- Thailand reported five new cases and one new death. This brings the totals to 3,009 cases and 56 deaths. 2794 patients have recovered. 

UPDATE May 08-09:  
- 8 new cases in Thailand have been reported, taking the total to 3000. No changes to the death toll. 

UPDATE May 07:  
- The government on Thursday reported three new coronavirus cases, all Thais, bringing the total in Thailand to 2,992. No additional deaths were reported, leaving the accumulated toll at 55.

UPDATE May 06:  
- The country recorded just one new case on May 5, taking the nationwide total to 2,988. The number of fatalities stands at 54. 

UPDATE May 05:  
- A second test found all forty of the newly suspected Covid-19 cases in Yala on Sunday turned out to be false positives.
- Thailand reported just 18 new cases on May 4, bringing the total to 2,987. The death toll stands at 54.

UPDATE May 04:  
- The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has opened up more airports for special international flights as of today. Now Krabi, Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Chiang Rai, Hua Hin, Surat Thani and Hat Yai have been given permission to handle international flights which are repatriating foreign nationals, or Thai citizens coming home. Even though some limited domestic flights started again last Friday, most of Thailand’s airports, except Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang and U-Tapao in Rayong, remain closed to international flights.

UPDATE May 03:  
- Thailand reported 3 new cases, taking the national total to 2,969. There were no new deaths.

UPDATE May 02:  
- The country recorded six new cases on May 1, bringing the national total to 2,960. Deaths remain at 54 for the third consecutive day.
- Bangkok Airways is set to head back to the skies starting May 15, resuming their monopoly on the Bangkok-Samui route.

UPDATE May 01:  
- Thailand is preparing to relax some of its COVID-19 control measures nationwide from May 3.

UPDATE April 30:  
- Thailand reported seven new deaths on April 30 and no new deaths. This brings the national total to 2,954. The death toll currently stands at 54.

UPDATE April 29:  
- Thailand reported seven new cases, bringing the total to 2,938. The death toll stands at 54.

UPDATE April 28:  
- Thailand confirmed nine new coronavirus cases and one death, bringing the country’s totals to 2,931 cases and 52 fatalities.

UPDATE April 27:  
- The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) is planning to extend its inbound flight ban for another 15 days to prevent a possible rapid increase of Covid-19 infections
- Thailand reported 15 new cases on April 26 and no new deaths. This brings the nationwide total to 2,922.

UPDATE April 26:  
- Thailand on Sunday reported 15 new cases  and one new death. This brings the nationwide total to 2,922.
- Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok will be reopened for domestic flights from May 1

UPDATE April 25:  
- Thailand reported 15 new cases as of April 24, bringing the national total to 2854. No new deaths were reported.

UPDATE April 24:  
- The director-general of the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand is eyeing May 1 as a possible date for some domestic flights to once more take to the skies.

Entry Conditions: 
- Any entry/access points (land, sea, and air) to the country will be restricted until 31 May 2020.
- Foreigners, excluding those with work permits and diplomats, are not allowed to enter the country. The ban also extends to passengers in transit at international airports.

Health Check/Declarations:
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 The Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration on Friday (May 15) resolved to reduce the curfew hours from 11pm to 4am from the current 10pm to 4am.

Hotel News: Some hotels are closed for safety reason. For more information, please contact our sales team.

Attraction News: A number of festivals and events in Thailand have been cancelled or postponed in alignment with the government’s directive to avoid public gatherings.

Flight Information:
- The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand has announced the postponement of the reopening of Phuket International Airport. Scheduled international flights into and out of Thailand remained banned until at least May 31.


Cambodia

LATEST UPDATE May 24-26: 
- Cambodia reported to have 124 positve cases, of those 122 have recovered.
- Cambodia will be enforcing a strict mandatory 14-day quarantine for all passengers flying into the Kingdom.

Current snapshot of COVID-19 cases in Cambodia

Confirmed infections 124
Recovered cases 122
Deaths 0


UPDATE May 23: 
- Cambodia has confirmed another new case, bringing the total number to 124, according to a press release of the Ministry of Health issued this morning.

UPDATE May 22: 
- Cambodia’s strong run for 38 consecutive days without any new COVID-19 positive cases came to an end on Thursday when the 123rd positive case was identified by the Ministry of Health. 

UPDATE May 21: 
- Cambodia still reports 0 active cases.
- Cambodia lifts the bans on foreigners from Iran, Italy, Germany, Spain, France and the United States. 

UPDATE May 16-20: 
- Cambodia’s COVID-19 situation has shown remarkable progress with zero new cases reported since April 12 and the last remaining victim being discharged from hospital Friday, leaving the country with zero active COVID-19 cases.

UPDATE May 12-15: 
- Cambodia reports no new COVID-19 cases for 32 days straight (as of 15 May), only one still hospitalised

UPDATE May 08-11: 
- Cambodia reported no new cases as well as no new recoveries. 

UPDATE May 03-07: 
- COVID-19 cases in Cambodia almost at zero with just two remaining active cases and a new recovery.
- Aviators gradually resume flights in and out of nation

UPDATE May 02: 
- One new recovery has been recorded.

UPDATE May 01: 
- Cambodia’s COVID-19 situation remains unchanged with Zero new cases and Zero recoveries

UPDATE April 30: 
- Cambodia’s COVID-19 situation remains unchanged with Zero new cases and Zero recoveries

UPDATE April 29: 
- Cambodia’s COVID-19 situation remains unchanged with Zero new cases and Zero recoveries
- Visa extension will not be issued for foreigners who fail to register in the Foreigners Present in Cambodia System by July.

Entry Conditions:
- Cambodia lifts the bans on foreigners from Iran, Italy, Germany, Spain, France and the United States.
- Effective March 31, the government suspended all visa-free entry and the issuance of all e-visas and visas-on-arrival for foreigners for a period of one month. If urgent travel to the country is needed during this period, all foreigners are required to obtain a visa in advance.

Health Check/Declarations:

- Both Cambodian and foreign nationals must present a medical certificate indicating their Covid-19 negative status, issued by competent health authorities of their residing country no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel.
- Cambodia will be enforcing a strict mandatory 14-day quarantine for all passengers flying into the Kingdom.
- Foreign nationals must provide proof of an insurance policy with a minimum medical coverage of not less than USD50,000 valid for the intended duration of stay in Cambodia. On arrival at the airport, all travellers will be PCR swab tested for Covid-19 and be asked to wait for at the airport for the laboratory results.

Hotel News: Some hotels are choosing to renovate during this quiet period. For details on renovations taking place, please contact us for more information.
Angkor Village Resort will be closed from April 01, 2020, until October 10, 2020.

Attraction News:
- Various events & festivals have been cancelled or postponed. Various spas, bars, restaurants and entertainment businesses have been closed until further notice.

Laos

LATEST UPDATE May 18-26:
- The total number of people confirmed to have contracted Covid-19 remained at 19 on Sunday, with authorities detecting no additional cases of the potentially deadly virus.
- The government has lifted travel restrictions to enable people to travel freely around the country as Laos eases more Covid-19 prevention measures to minimise the impact on livelihoods and the economy.

Current snapshot of COVID-19 cases in Laos

Confirmed infections 19
Recovered cases 14
Deaths 0


UPDATE May 17:
- Laos has announced it will resume domestic flights, begin to reopen schools, and ease other lockdown restrictions starting 18 May.

UPDATE May 16: 
- Laos has announced it will resume domestic flights, begin to reopen schools, and ease other lockdown restrictions starting 18 May. 
- Local, traditional, and international border checkpoints remain closed. People are forbidden from entering and exiting the country, except for drivers of cargo vehicles or those with prior authorization.
- Entry visas will not be issued to visitors who come from or pass through countries that have experienced a Covid-19 outbreak, except for special cases whereby prior authorization has been issued.

UPDATE May 13-15: 
- The National Taskforce Committee for Covid-19 Prevention and Control has confirmed no new case of Covid-19 in Laos for 32 consecutive days (as of 05 May), with the total number remaining at 19. Of those 14 have been discharged from the hospital.

UPDATE May 12: 
- Another four Covid-19 patients have been discharged from Mittaphab Hospital in Vientiane Capital.
- Six currently remain in care, one of whom retested positive (although is believed to be non-infectious) after having been released several weeks ago. 

UPDATE May 11: 
- All people entering Laos will have to undergo a health check, be tested for Covid-19 and be placed in quarantine for 14 days, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said. To enter Laos, travellers need to submit an application prior their entry, giving details of the precise date and port of entry and vehicles they are travelling in. 

UPDATE May 10: 
- Four more COVID-19 patients who tested negative for a second time were discharged from hospital on Saturday to continue their recovery at home.

UPDATE May 08-09: 
- Laos has reported no new case of Covid-19 (coronavirus) for 27 consecutive days, with the total number of confirmed cases unchanged at 19. 

UPDATE May 05-07: 
- Prime Minister’s Office has announced it will ease some restrictions from May 4-17, with the new ruling agreed to on May 1.
- Health officials have announced that nine patients who had recovered from Covid-19 will return to hospital for further testing in a bid to reassure the public.

UPDATE May 04: 
- Laos has reported no new case of Covid-19 (coronavirus) for 22 consecutive days, with the total number of confirmed cases unchanged at 19.

UPDATE May 03: 
- One relapse has been recorded today.

UPDATE May 01-02: 
- No new coronavirus cases have been recorded. 
- The Prime Minister’s Office has issued a notice regarding the easing and continuation of certain lockdown measures in Laos.

UPDATE April 30: 
- All three patients undergoing treatment for Covid-19 at Luang Prabang Hospital have now been discharged after testing negative for the virus.
- Laos has remained free from new cases of Covid-19 infection for 16 consecutive days.

UPDATE April 27 - 29: 
- No new coronavirus cases have been recorded. Lockdown in Laos could be lifted on 3 May if no new cases of Covid-19 are confirmed, and the situation in neighboring countries remains stable

Entry Conditions:
Laos has suspended the issuance of visas for foreign tourists for 30 days to prevent Covid-19. All types of visas on arrival and electronic visas (E-visas) are suspended. Those already holding an entry visa need to get a health certificate from the concerned authorities and declare their movement history. Entry visas will not be issued to visitors who come from or pass through countries that have experienced a Covid-19 outbreak, except for special cases whereby prior authorization has been issued.
- Savannakhet International Airport has been temporarily closed until further notice.
- Local, traditional, and international border checkpoints remain closed. People are forbidden from entering and exiting the country, except for drivers of cargo vehicles or those with prior authorization.

Health Check/Declarations: Health screening is performed at all airports, including temperature checks.

Flight Information: Laos has announced it will resume domestic flights starting 18 May.

Hotel News: Some hotels are closed for safety reason. For more information, please contact our sales team.

Attraction News: Various events & festivals have been canceled or postponed. Please contact us if you have any specific inquiries about festivals, events or shows.

Indonesia

LATEST UPDATE May 26: 
- Total cases in the country have increased to 22750. The number of fatalities has also increased to 1391.

Current snapshot of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia

Confirmed infections 22750
Recovered cases 5642
Deaths 1391


UPDATE May 25: 
- As of May 25, total cases in the country have increased to 22271. The number of fatalities has also increased to 1372.

UPDATE May 24: 
- The country reported a record number of new cases on May 23 of 949, taking the total to 21,745. The death toll also increased to 1,351.

UPDATE May 23: 
- As of May 23, total cases in the country have increased to 20796. The number of fatalities has also increased to 1326.

UPDATE May 22: 
- Indonesia reported a record increase of 973 new cases. taking the total to 20,162. The death toll increased by 36 to 1278.

UPDATE May 21: 
- The country reported a record 693 cases on May 20 and 21 deaths, bringing the total cases to 19189 cases and 1242 deaths. The total number of patients recovered stands at 4575.

UPDATE May 20: 
- As of May 19, total cases in the country have increased to 18,496. The number of fatalities has also increased to 1,221.

UPDATE May 19: 
- Corona positive cases in Indonesia have reach 18010 with 1191 deaths and 4324 recoveries.
- Bali plans to reopen for tourism in July as frustration grows over Indonesia's COVID-19 response

UPDATE May 17-18: 
- The Health Ministry announced 489 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total number of infections nationwide to 17,514. 59 more people had died of the disease, bringing the death toll to 1,148.

UPDATE May 16: 
- Jakarta Governor has issued a decree on Friday banning all Jakarta residents from leaving Greater Jakarta, with the exception of travel serving essential needs, in an effort to curb interregional transmission of COVID-19.
- The Health Ministry announced 490 new confirmed COVID-19 cases on Friday, bringing the total number of infections nationwide to 16,496. 33 more people had died of the disease, bringing the death toll to 1,076. The total number of recovered patients has also increased to 3,803.

UPDATE May 15: 
- 568 new cases and 15 new deaths in the country on May 14. This takes the number of cases to 16,006 cases and 1,043 deaths. The total number of recovered patients stands at 3,518.
- Indonesia has allowed the resumption of public transport services only for ‘essential travel’. Travels for family emergencies, repatriations of foreign citizens out of Indonesia and repatriations of Indonesian citizens from overseas will be allowed during the pandemic. Further, business trips related to the government’s handling of the pandemic, logistics flights and travels for ‘important economic functions’ would also be excluded from the current travel ban.

UPDATE May 14: 
- Indonesia recorded a record 689 new cases and 21 new deaths on May 13, bringing the national tally to 15,438 cases and 1,028 deaths. The total number of patients that have recovered stands at 3,287.
- The authorities in Jakarta have extended the partial lockdown - which includes a ban on gatherings of more than five people, limited public transport and mandatory work-from-home arrangements - to May 22.

UPDATE May 13
- Indonesia recorded 484 new cases on May 12, taking the total to 14,749. The death toll increased by 16 to 1,007. The total number of patients recovered stands at 3,063.

PDATE May 12: 
- Indonesia confirmed 233 new cases on May 11 and 18 new deaths. This takes the country’s totals to 14,265 cases and 991 deaths. The total number of recovered patients stands at 2,881. 

UPDATE May 11: 
- A further 387 new infections and 14 new deaths bring Indonesia’s totals to 14,032 cases and 973 deaths.

PDATE May 10: 
- Indonesia recorded its largest daily increase in cases on May 9 with 533, taking the total to 13,645. The death toll increased to 959. The total number of recovered patients stands at 2,607.

UPDATE May 09: 
- The number of cases increased by 336 on May 8, bringing the total to 13,112. The death toll also increased to 943.

UPDATE May 08: 
- The country recorded another 338 new cases on May 7, taking the total to 12,776. The death toll increased by 35 to 930.

UPDATE May 07: 
- The country reported 367 new cases on May 6, bringing the tally to 12438. The death toll increased by 23 to 895.

UPDATE May 06: 
- Indonesia reported a record-high number of cases on May 5 with 484, bringing the national total to 12,071. The death toll increased to 872 with the number of recovered patients also increasing to 2,197.

UPDATE May 05: 
- A further 395 new cases were reported on May 4, bringing the total to 11,587. the death toll also increased by 78 to 864. The number of patients recovered stands at 1,954. 

UPDATE May 04: 
- The number of cases has increased to 11192. The death toll now stands at 845 with the number of recoveries at 1876.

UPDATE May 03: 
- Indonesia recorded 292 new cases on May 2, taking the total to 10,843. The death toll stands at 831.

UPDATE May 02: 
- The country reported another 433 new cases, raising the cumulative total to 10,551. A total of 800 people have died. 

UPDATE April 30: 
- Indonesia saw an increase of 347 cases, bringing the national total to 10,118. The death toll also increased by eight to 792. The number of patients recovered stands at 1,522.

UPDATE April 29: 
- The number of cases has increased by 415 on April 28, bringing the nationwide total to 9,511. The death toll now stands at 773 with the number of recoveries at 1,254.

Entry Conditions:
- Indonesia will temporarily ban domestic air and sea travel beginning Friday until early June.
- Indonesian government imposed a temporary ban on most non-Indonesian nationals from entering the country due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Health Check/Declarations: Health screening is performed at all airports, including temperature checks.

Flight Information: International flights are being banned until 1 June.

Hotel News: Some hotels are closed for safety reason. For more information, please contact our sales team.

Attraction News: Various events & festivals have been canceled or postponed. Please contact us if you have any specific inquiries about festivals, events or shows.

Myanmar

LATEST UPDATE May 26: 
- Two more Myanmar returnees test positive, bringing the number of total cases to 203, including six deaths and 123 recoveries.
- Sixty hotels and guest houses in Mandalay Region have applied to reopen and will be inspected starting next week
- The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism is also preparing for the reopening of domestic tourism

Current snapshot of COVID-19 cases in Indonesia

Confirmed infections 203
Recovered cases 123
Deaths 6

 

UPDATE May 25: 
- The total number of cases in the country is now 201. Of those, 122 have been recovered.

UPDATE May 24: 
- Myanmar reports another two new COVID-19 positive cases, bringing the total to 201. 120 patients have been discharged from the hospital.

UPDATE May 23: 
- The total number of cases in the country is now 199. Of those, 116 have been recovered.

UPDATE May 22: 
- The total number of cases in the country is now 199.

UPDATE May 21: 
- Yangon government has relaxed some COVID-19 measures
- Six returnees from the United Arab Emirates have tested positive for COVID-19. So far, Myanmar has 199 COVID-19 cases with six deaths and 108 recoveries, according to the health ministry data.

UPDATE May 20: 
- Cases in Myanmar have increased to 193.

UPDATE May 19: 
- With one new case, Myanmar now has 188 COVID-19 cases with six deaths and 101 recoveries

UPDATE May 18: 
- Myanmar reported 5 new cases, bringing the total positive cases to 187 with six deaths and 97 recoveries

UPDATE May 16-17: 
- The government has announced that it will be reducing night curfews by two hours starting May 15.
- Myanmar extended a ban on international commercial air traffic until the end of May to curb the spread of coronavirus.
- The Ministry of Health and Sport reported a new COVID-19 positive case in Myanmar on May 16 at 7 am, taking the total number of COVID-19 patients in the country to 182.  

Entry Conditions:
- On March 19, the government announced the suspension of any entry and exit of foreigners through Myanmar’s land borders. Any incoming citizens will be required to undergo quarantine in a government facility for 14 days after arrival.

Health Check/Declarations: Health screening is performed at all airports, including temperature checks.

Flight Information: Myanmar extended a ban on international commercial air traffic until the end of this month on Thursday (May 14) to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Hotel News: Some hotels are closed for safety reason. For more information, please contact our sales team.

Attraction News: Various events & festivals have been canceled or postponed. Please contact us if you have any specific inquiries about festivals, events or shows.

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