MI News

15 December 2020

The Food Industries Development Supporting Laboratory (FIDSL) already achieved the ISO Accreditation Certificate on 5th May 2020 via the National Accreditation Body (NAB) Myanmar and Singapore Accreditation Council (SAC). This is the very first achievement among

15 December 2020

Nationwide COVID-19 infection rate accounts for 7.5% with 2.09% morality and 80.11% of the patients discharged from the hospitals. The number of the COVID-19 death toll in Myanmar has increased to 2,268 with a total of 108,342 COVID-19 confirmed cases and over 1.4 million

14 December 2020 

Even though the clothes are essential items in daily life, people prefer buying normal wears to fashionable ones. This is happening during Covid-19 pandemic. The tailors are facing a loss to customers as people tend to buy ready-made clothing which is cheaper and easy to

14 December 2020   

As the number of COVID-19 infection cases is declining day by day in Nay Pyi Taw, Nay Pyi Taw Council has relaxed some of the restrictions imposed from early December. Now many of the restaurants in Nay Pyi Taw which have got A-Level on preventive measures get to reopen

14 December 2020                                           

Myanmar government is still banning dine-in service in all tea shops and restaurants to take control over the spread of Covid-19.     

Since tea shops and restaurants were banned from providing dine-in service, those shops

12 December 2020

The donation ceremony of protective medical equipment against Covid-19 by Hubei Provincial People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China took place on 11th December at Medical Research Department in Yangon. The ceremony was attended by Dr. Mya Lay Sein,

12 December 2020

The prices of onions plummet to below K1,000 per viss (a viss equals to 1.6kg) in parallel with the bulk supply and the closure of western border amid the Covid-19 resurgence. Earlier, onions were in high demand in the local market in times of festivals like Tazaungdaing,

12 December 2020

Covid-19 made it difficult for Myanmar to address child labour, according to observers. Myanmar signed ILO Convention No. 182 on the worst forms of child labour in December of 2013. Since the time onward, ILO (International Labour Organization) and Myanmar has been collabo

11 December 2020   

The second wave of Covid-19 brought an increasing death toll, as number of fatalities has already passed over 2,000. During the first wave of Covid-19 from 23rd March to 15th August, there were only 6 deaths in the whole country. However, when the