Insurgents destroy medical oxygen pipeline of North Okkalapa General Hospital

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On 19 July, the insurgents destroyed the oxygen pipeline connected to the ICU at North Okkalapa General Hospital in Yangon. Therefore, only 25 per cent of oxygen was supplied to the patients and it also caused casualties. The officials repaired the pipeline yesterday and provided the needed oxygen to the patients as usual.

The State Administration Council has been working to conduct effective COVID-19 prevention, control and treatment activities since before the outbreak of the third wave of COVID-19. When the outbreak occurs, the SAC imposed rules and regulations to prevent the infection, conducted education programmes, established quarantine centres for suspected and confirmed patients in respective townships. Moreover, they promoted the local oxygen production rate and also imported the oxygen cylinders, vaccines and medical supplies for the patients.
During such a period, the dutiful government employees, volunteers and military medics offered medical services to the locals despite the destructive elements of insurgents and the absence of CDM health workers.
Meanwhile, the terrorist groups including NUG and CRPH and their supporters target the COVID-19 patients to affect their lives for their political and personal interests.
On 19 July, the insurgents destroyed the oxygen pipeline connected to the ICU at North Okkalapa General Hospital in Yangon. Therefore, only 25 per cent of oxygen was supplied to the patients and it also caused casualties. The officials repaired the pipeline yesterday and provided the needed oxygen to the patients as usual.
The people are unsatisfied with such doings of NUG, CRPH and their supporters and the people should cooperate with the authorities in arresting the suspects. — MNA

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