COVID-19 vaccines distributed across nation as planned

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Anti-Covid vaccines are loaded onto a lorry to transport them to the remote regions.

The Tatmadaw medics, health workers and social welfare organizations are making efforts in providing medical services to COVID-19 patients and isolated patients at military hospitals, public hospitals, health departments and COVID-19 treatment centres. The vaccines stored at the central cold chain of the Public Health Department in Min Dhamma Road of Mayangon Township were also distributed to the respective regions and states by road yesterday morning.
A total of 20,000 vials (each vial can be used for five people) are distributed to Taunggyi by the Cold Chain Delivery Logistics vehicles.
The allocated vaccines will be used in line with the target groups. Moreover, the vaccines will be transported with the help of Tatmadaw (Air) and Myanmar National Airlines to the remote regions. — MNA

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