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Hundreds of thousands of people caught fighting in western Myanmar probably know nothing about COVID-19 after Internet access was blocked in the area, according to human rights organizations, quoted by CNN.
In June 2019, the government of Myanmar, led by Aung San Suu Kyi, cut off internet access in nine cities in the area for fear that it would be used to fuel clashes between the military and insurgents in Myanmar.
In May, internet access returned to a municipality, but another eight, with a total population of about 800,000 people, are still deprived of this means of communication.
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International say the lack of the Internet threatens people's lives, not only because it prevents them from reporting possible human rights violations, but also because they do not have access to coronavirus pandemic information campaigns.
"With an armed conflict between Myanmar's troops and the Arakan army in Rakhine State amid the pandemic, it is essential that civilians obtain the information they need to stay safe," said Linda Lakhdhir, Asia's legal adviser to Human Rights Watch.
Six deaths and 292 COVID-19 infections were reported in Myanmar from more than 64,532 tests, according to the Myanmar Ministry of Health.
Several cases have been confirmed in the northern cities of Maungdaw and Buthidaung in Rakhine State, where more than 100,000 Rohingya Muslims live in crowded camps. Many fled military-launched operations against Rohingya insurgents in 2018. The UN has demanded that the Myanmar army be tried by an international tribunal for genocide and atrocities against Rohingya Muslims. Rakhine Buddhists left homeless due to the fighting also live in the camps in the area.
According to WHO, traditional folk or home remedies can help to improve well-being and alleviate the symptoms of COVID-19, but there are still no drugs that can prevent or treat this disease. Despite this, people, not understanding the seriousness of the situation, sometimes try to protect themselves with the help of extremely dubious substances. For example, in India they try to defend themselves by consuming cow urine and using sprays based on it.
People are trying to sell amulets against coronavirus, medicinal tinctures or even honey with protection against all ailments, including COVID-19. Fortunately, most often, such offers are quickly deleted by Internet sites, so as not to mislead users. Only obvious jokes remain on the web. Here are some fun examples from Twitter.
Everyone is protecting themselves
Being sexy during pandemic is important
Shut out Virus!
Only beer 👍🏻
Assuring social distance
Safety at the highest level
Spiderman shopping around
Dino near us
Cheap way to protect yourself
Inventive people all around