Anti-coup protesters now take to the streets in habit. They want the government of de facto Leader Aung Sun Suu Kyi reinstated.
Of the more than 550 fatalities since February 1, 46 have been children, according the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners activist group.
Well over 2,700 people have also been detained or sentenced, the group says.
On Saturday, security forces fired on a crowd in the central town of Monywa. Four people were killed.
“They started firing non-stop with both stun grenades and live rounds,” a protester told Reuters via a messaging app.
“People backed off and quickly put up … barriers but a bullet hit a person in front of me, in the head. He died on the spot.”
In the southern town of Thaton, police shot and killed a man, local media reported.
A video is circulating on social media, showing a group of protesters carrying away a young man with what appeared to be a serious head wound. The victim’s condition was not immediately known.
Protest leader Tayzar San said in an audio message that people “are still protesting every day because we believe strongly that this is a fight between good and evil.”
The February 1 coup came against the backdrop of election fraud allegations against Suu Kyi, who faces several criminal charges, including violating coronavirus restrictions by staging a campaign event in 2020.
The international community has repeatedly called for the restoration of civilian rule and her release. She has been under house arrest.