MCCPMD to open No 2 Saleroom of anti-COVID-19 medicines in Pabedan Township on 23 August

Display of medicines and medical equipment for prevention, control and treatment of COVID-19 for retail sale and wholesale is crowded with the people in Ahlon Township.  Photo: Soe Myint Aung

The Myanmar Chamber of Commerce for Pharmaceutical & Medical Device (MCCPMD) arranged to open No 2 Saleroom of the household medicines including anti-COVID-19 medical supplies for retail sale and wholesale at the Myanmar International Trade Centre at the corner of Merchant Street and Bo Sun Pak Street in Pabedan Township in Yangon on 23 August.
It aims to enable the people to easily buy medicines related to prevention, control and treatment of COVID-19.
More than 20 chamber member companies will display over 200 items of medicines, vitamins and medical equipment at more than 20 booths of the saleroom from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, starting from coming Monday, said central executive member Dr Win Maw Phyo of MCCPMD.
“On the opening day, new medicines will arrive here. Saleroom No 1 in Ahlon Township gains high demand with crowds of buyers day after day. So, we will arrange No 2 Saleroom in Pabedan Township as of 23 August. Existing Saleroom No 1 will manage continuous sales,” said Dr Win Maw Phyo.
The chamber arranges to announce the price lists for various kinds of imported medicines on its website on a weekly basis starting from this week for the people to directly contact and buy the medicines at relevant companies which import medicines and medical equipment related to prevention, control and treatment of COVID-19.—Pwint Thitsar/GNLM

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