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YANGON – Authorities in Myanmar have warned that factories will have to shut down later this month if they’re unable to reach agreements with workers about the conditions they’d be asked to operate in upon their return, amidst escalating fears surrounding the coronavirus.

Daw Moe Moe Su Kyi, regional minister for immigration and human resources, issued the statement as the city of Yangon’s 10-day break for the Thingyan festival draws to a close.

Thus far, both in Bangladesh and India it’s been announced that workers will soon return to factories to mitigate the economic ramifications longer closures would ensue; this, despite uncertainties around the contagion.

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