Ayeyarwady Foundation donates COVID medical supplies for hospitals in Ayeyawady Region

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Ayeyarwady Foundation donates COVID-19 medical supplies for hospitals in Ayeyawady Region. Photo: Ko Moe

Ayeyarwady Foundation donated COVID-19 medical supplies including one oxygen plant worth K350 million in total for the district/township hospitals in Ayeyawady Region on 23 and 24 December.
On 24 December, the foundation’s officials handed over the COVID medical devices to the Region Chief Minister U Hla Moe Aung and delivered the donated items to the relevant hospitals.
To support the hospitals in the battle against coronavirus pandemic, the foundation provided medical supplies for the district general hospitals of Pathein, Hinthada, Myaungmya, Labutta, Maubin and Pyapon, and township hospitals of Bogale, Mawlamyinegyun, and Yekyi in Ayeyawady Region.
The donated items included one oxygen plant, 36 sets of HDU beds, 17 ECG devices, 42 syringe pumps, 10 HFNC devices, and 135,000 surgical masks.
Ayeyarwady Foundation has been working on the COVID-19 control processes in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Sports since March when the COVID-19 outbreak began in Myanmar.
The foundation also constructed 1,000-bed Ayeyawardy Centre (Yangon) and 375-bed Ayeyawardy Centre (Mandalay) to treat the COVID-19 patients, bearing the daily costs for foods and accommodations of the patients, healthcare workers and volunteers. —Ye Yint Shin (Translated by Kyaw Zin Tun)

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