Former Myanmar military dictator and wife infected with COVID-19 need at least 2 more weeks of treatment

Former Myanmar military dictator and wife infected with COVID-19 need at least 2 more weeks of treatment

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Former military dictator General Than Shwe and his wife were treated at the Thai Khuang Hospital in Nay Pyi Taw a few days ago after both tested positive for the coronavirus. Myanmar media reported that the couple had received a high level of security. And no information about the illness has been revealed in any way.

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General Tan Shwe has ruled Myanmar since 1964. 1992-2011, at that time, he ordered former Myanmar civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi at her home in Yangon for more than 15 years.

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General Tan Shwe also controls more than 400,000 troops to use violence against ethnic minority groups spread across Myanmar.

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Myanmar continues to face the problem of the COVID-19 outbreak. After the incident in which Senior General Min Aung Hlaing was involved in a coup d’├ętat led to a series of violent incidents and heavy casualties since early February. past

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As a result, the Myanmar health system is unable to cope with the number of people infected. With more than 300 deaths a day, vaccination has also been delayed. Only 2.8 million people received 2 doses of the vaccine out of 54 million.

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