Informal migration from Myanmar is being blamed for the recent resurgence of COVID-19 that has left Thailand in lockdown and prompted Thai authorities to step up security along the 2,400-kilometre frontier.
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Informal migration from Myanmar is being blamed for the recent resurgence of COVID-19 that has left Thailand in lockdown and prompted Thai authorities to step up security along the 2,400-kilometre frontier.
In late March, I was part of a contingent of journalists who travelled to Chin State, to cover a community-based tourism project that was being launched at Taisun village, Falam Township.

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