US gives Myanmar $50m in aid ,U.S. provides more than £ 50 million to Myanmar on Tuesday as a general overthrows a democratically elected government earlier this year, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in Southeast Asian countries where Kovid-1 infections are growing He said he was doing it.
A US State Department spokesman, Ned Price, said in his statement that he was providing Thailand with 5 million. He added that the fund was announced when UN Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield visited Thailand.
US gives Myanmar $50m in aid The State Department said US funding in Myanmar would help “people forced to escape violence and persecution” and provide medical services to essential groups such as food, shelters and water.
“This funding takes place at a critical time of growing humanitarian needs and helps reduce the impact of Covid-1 on the lives of people in both Thailand and Burma,” said Price. “In the wake of the February 1 coup, people from Burma are fleeing their homes due to ongoing violence.”
Six months after the military seized power, the number of cases of coronavirus increased, causing Myanmar’s economy to collapse and the medical system to collapse.
According to Reuters, the incidence of Covid-1 cases in Myanmar reached a record high last month, with 3,242 new infections reported daily. Since the outbreak began, there have been 333,127 infections and 12,014 coronavirus-related deaths.