Daily imports of anti-COVID-19 equipment, medical products continue

1 mk 5

The Ministry of Commerce is making efforts to ensure people have access to the essential medical supplies that are critical to the COVID-19 prevention, control and treatment activities, including liquid oxygen and oxygen cylinders, by arranging continuous importation through trading posts, international airports and seaports with the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Anti-COVID-19 equipment and medical products, including oxygen plants and concentrators, were imported by two companies and transported by two vehicles yesterday.
A total of 20 tonnes of liquid oxygen carried by one bowser, two oxygen generators, and 86 tonnes of masks were imported via Myawady and Chinshwehaw trading zones and Yangon International Seaports.
One bowser transported liquid oxygen to Yangon via the Myawady trading post.
Officials from the relevant departments are cooperating to facilitate and expedite the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), including online registration for the import process.
It is reported that the Ministry of Commerce is coordinating with relevant departments, treatment of COVID-19, as well as contact persons for inquiries can be reached through the Ministry’s Website: www.commerce.gov.mm. — MNA

Share this post
Hot News
Hot News
3-12-2021
Agricultural export tops $485 mln as of 19 Nov
Rattan handicrafts generate income in Naga Self-Administered Zone
Nationwide vaccination campaign ongoing as planned
Acknowledge health personnel, volunteers in battling COVID-19
Terrorists destroy schools using grenades, homemade bombs, mines
Ethnic affairs, public management, services committee holds meeting 16/2021
All ethnic national people have been residing in regions and states with a spirit of Myanmar in unison from the time of forefathers to date, says Vice-Senior General
Plan underway to erect stone plaques bearing Tri Pitaka treatises, Atthakatha and Tika treatises in Buddha Park where Maravijaya Buddha Image will be built
Myanmar national team arrives in Singapore for Suzuki Cup