With troopers and armoured vehicles on the streets of main cities, Myanmar army’s takeover has not been met by any giant avenue protests.
But indicators of public anger and plans to withstand have begun to flicker.
On Wednesday, docs and medical employees at a number of hospitals throughout the nation introduced they have been donning pink ribbons and strolling away from all non-emergency work to protest in opposition to the coup.
Some medical groups posted footage on social media sporting pink ribbons and elevating a three-finger salute, a protest gesture utilized by democracy activists in neighbouring Thailand, whereas some have chosen to skip work altogether.
The clatter of pots and pans and the honking of automotive horns additionally rang out throughout the business capital, Yangon, on Wednesday night for a second night time in a row after requires protests went out on social media.
In some neighbourhoods, residents shouted within the streets and sang democracy protest songs.