Shortages and hesitancy driven by distrust of authorities and China hobble vaccination campaigns in Southeast Asia.
Andrew Nachemson is a Cambodia-based journalist.
Lawyers in Myanmar say situation becoming ‘very VERY difficult’ as regime steps up arrests and harassment.
Analysts say army chief Min Aung Hlaing determined to sideline hugely popular leader and reshape political landscape.
Protesters demand firmer action against military leaders’ February power grab and recognition of civilian government.
Detained protesters are now thought to be in Insein prison, but have been unable to see lawyers or their families.
Generals have banned Facebook and other popular platforms and imposed an internet blackout for the past 18 nights.
Security forces use rubber bullets, tear gas and stun grenades, signalling growing intolerance of anti-coup protests.
Security forces in Mandalay are using increasingly violent and lethal methods to snuff out anti-coup protests.
Protesters are all too aware of the risks of protesting, but say they cannot accept a future under military rule.
As opposition to last week’s coup intensifies, protesters hope police will join the cause.