The Buddhist monk says he has stopped treatment of the mob in defense of COVID-19 (COVID-19) A Buddhist monk has warned that drug and alcohol-related services have been halted to prevent the spread of the virus. Mandalay Region Kyaukpadaung Township Alcohol and alcohol were found in the jade jungle school near Kyun Kan village. Drug addicts; The Buddhist monk is treating other health issues. The state government has announced that the closure of the mosque has been shut down by the government, according to the state government.
He said hundreds of people came to the monastery for treatment every day and would be reopened if the state allowed the community to hold ceremonies. He said that he was happy with the cessation of the community’s treatment for the coronavirus, and that all the people were cooperating in the prevention of the disease. The Buddhist monk has been practicing medicine since 2005. According to statistics, the number of visitors to the monastery was around 300,000 until the closure of the monastery.