Yangon: Myanmar will accept the applications of business e-visas starting on April 1, the Ministry of Immigration and Population said in a statement.
The move came after the country’s decision on lifting travel entry bans starting on April 17 in accordance with the Health Ministry’s Covid-19 rules and regulations.
The country decided to lift travel entry bans to assist the economic development of the state as Covid-19 infections and deaths have been on a decline, the statement said on Tuesday.
The Southeast Asian country suspended all new e-visa applications on March 20, 2020 following the rapid increase of Covid-19 cases around the globe.
Myanmar launched the online visa application platform (evisa.moip.gov.mm) in September 2014.