Students wearing masks and face shields leave after attending the first day of school in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: AFP Students wearing masks and face shields leave after attending the first day of school in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: AFP
Students wearing masks and face shields leave after attending the first day of school in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: AFP
Myanmar

Myanmar’s shadow government plans US$300 million vaccination drive to cover ‘20 per cent of population’

  • Tin Tun Naing, finance minister of the National Unity Government, says the group is taking a ‘pragmatic approach’ by working to vaccinate residents in rebel-held areas
  • The shadow administration hopes a clandestine online lottery and global crowdfunding will help raise an initial US$700 million for humanitarian aid and arming the resistance force

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Students wearing masks and face shields leave after attending the first day of school in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: AFP Students wearing masks and face shields leave after attending the first day of school in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: AFP
Students wearing masks and face shields leave after attending the first day of school in Yangon, Myanmar. Photo: AFP
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