Mandalay Football Academy turned into 100-bed quarantine centre

The front view of Mandalay Football Academy which has been transformed into 100-bed quarantine centre. Photo: MFF

Under the guidance of the Ministry of Health and Sports and Mandalay Region government, the Myanmar Football Federation and The Ayeyawady Foundation have jointly upgraded the Myanmar Football Federation Academy (Mandalay) as a quarantine centre that can care for up to 100 COVID-19 suspected patients, according to the statement of the MFF yesterday.
MFF president U Zaw Zaw who is also the chairperson of the Ayeyawady Foundation, is providing the facilities of the quarantine centre in Mandalay through the foundation, according to the MFF.
Under the leadership of the U Zaw Zaw’s foundation, beds, blankets and personal utensils were exchanged in every room of the Myanmar Football Federation Academy’s quarantine centre in Mandalay, said MFF football authorities.
By the efforts of MFF and Ayeyawady Foundation volunteers, the centre has set up and installed with CCTV and surveillance systems; electrical systems and backup generators, sufficient medical supplies and accessories plus bathrooms and toilets; and accommodation for health workers and volunteers.
Systematic measures are being taken in the centre to ensure proper waste disposal, said football authorities.
The MFF president’s Ayeyawady Foundation will also provide food and accommodation for the MFF quarantine centre in Mandalay, according to the foundation. —Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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