China donates oxygen concentrators to Myanmar to help fight COVID-19

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The MoH Union Minister and Chinese Ambassador to Myanmar exchange the documents online at the handover event for China-donated 140 oxygen concentrators at Yangon International Airport on 22 August 2021.

A handover ceremony for China-donated 140 oxygen concentrators was held online at Yangon International Airport on 22 August.
During the event, Chinese Ambassador to Myanmar Mr Chen Hai said China’s assistance to Myanmar in the fight against the pandemic shows the spirit to support each other through thick and thin. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, the two countries have supported each other, and the China-Myanmar PaukPhaw friendship is making a new page while battling the pandemic.
The Chinese government provides the anti-COVID-19 equipment and helps in the importation processes of liquid oxygen via the China-Myanmar route of Yunnan Province. Moreover, the Chinese Embassy in Myanmar and Chinese entrepreneurs are also cooperating with the social organizations and providing the COVID-19 preventive gears to the China-Myanmar Friendship School, the school for the deaf and the children’s hospitals across the nation, including the foodstuffs.
Due to the efforts of the Myanmar government, all could implement effective control measures. Therefore, the Chinese Embassy will keep offering the needed assistance to overcome the pandemic.
Then, the Union Minister Dr Thet Khaing Win said the disease is controlled to a certain extent due to the efforts of the staff of the Ministry of Health, public and well-wishers under the supervision of Chairman of the State Administration Council Prime Minister of the Provisional Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.
The donations and sharing of experiences in the fight against the pandemic show the strong bilateral relationship, support the COVID-19 control activities of Myanmar and save millions of lives.
The government will distribute the medical supplies, including 140 oxygen concentrators, as quickly as possible.
He then expressed thankful words for the support in constructing the CDC (Centre for Disease Control) in Nay Pyi Taw, and pledged to closely cooperate with China.— MNA

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