COVID-19 patients systematically admitted at quarantine centres for healthcare services

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Military hospitals and clinics, transit centres and military training depots in various areas of the Military Commands are providing healthcare services for the COVID-19 confirmed patients, officials said.
In addition, quarantine centres are also being set up in the relevant townships in collaboration with responsible persons, officials from the Ministry of Health and other departments and charity organizations.
As of 7 pm yesterday, a total of 98 people — 52 men and 46 women — were under special surveillance at the Nay Pyi Taw Transit Centre.
Local medical teams and officials at the respective Military Commands are assisting in the accommodation, health and medical care of the patients and laboratory-confirmed patients, officials added. — MNA

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