The Chinese Embassy in Myanmar is in contact with local authorities to coordinate measures to strengthen epidemic prevention and control along the China-Myanmar border after fresh cases discovered in a Chinese town included Myanmar nationals.
The outbreak in a town in southwest China's Yunnan Province shows that the China-Myanmar border is still under great pressure to prevent overseas COVID-19 cases, a statement by the embassy on Thursday said. It added that China hopes the two countries would work together to manage the border and control the epidemic.
Myanmar said that it attaches great importance to China's concerns and will strengthen coordination and cooperation with China on border control, and make efforts to minimize the risk of the spread of the epidemic.
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