Mobile medical teams provide emergency health care to villagers in Northern Rakhine

Mobile health care members providing medical treatment to the children in Maungtaw yesterday. Photo: MNA
Mobile health care members providing medical treatment to the children in Maungtaw yesterday. Photo: MNA

Authorities in Maungtaw have sent mobile heath care teams to areas, which have seen stability, to provide emergency care to villagers.
“We resumed the emergency health care services which stopped since the terrorist attacks occurred in August,” said Dr Tun Tin, Director of the Public Health Department, “We have sent the mobile medical teams to villages in Buthidaung and Maungtaw districts immediately”.
With more than 50 mobile medical teams, the department is providing health care services to about 100 villages.
A mobile health service group had provided health care service to Laungdon and Pantawpyin villages in Maungtaw Township yesterday and will continue to provide health care service to remaining villages it is learnt. — Naing Lin Kyi, Thant Zin Win

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