Military hospitals continue providing healthcare to civilians

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Locals seen receiving healthcare services at the military station hospital in Mawlamyine.

Military hospitals in the townships of regions and states keep providing medical treatments to the people to solve their healthcare services difficulties. A total of 104,157 outpatients and 4,368 inpatients reached these hospitals from 5 February to date.
Senior medical experts, medics and nurses have conducted 4,851 major operations and 2,562 minor operations. The senior doctors treat severe cases. These hospitals managed to birth 6,615 babies while bringing 6,615 pregnant women to the respective military hospitals. Of those, 2,591 cases are done in caesarean section and 4,024 cases in ordinary delivery.
Officials from the respective commands also provided the patients with foods, and medical workers were provided with cash assistance. — MNA

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