Multi-purpose stadium in Mandalay to help COVID-19 suspected patients

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The front view of the multi-purpose stadium in Mandalay.   Photo: Ko Moe

The Ayeyarwady Foundation is conducting arrangements for a comfortable stay of COVID-19 suspected patients at the multi-purpose stadium of Mandalar Thiri stadium in Mandalay, according to the foundation officials.
After the COVID-19 first test at Test and Care Centre, people with negative results will have their second round test. Those who get a negative result in the first test will be able to live comfortably at the muti-purpose stadium within 48 hours before the second test, officials said.
The Ayeyarwaddy Foundation has been testing people in Mandalay District since 22 December at the Ayeyarwady Centre (Mandalay).
Next, the COVID-19 positive patients are being transported to the relevant hospitals or treatment centers with the supervision of the Ministry of Health and Sports.
The multi-purpose stadium has a total of 100 beds and the Ayeyarwady Foundation will be in charge of accommodation and meals for the COVID-19 patients and volunteers, the foundation officials said.
The Ayeyarwady Foundation has already set up advanced medical equipment for the COVID-19 treatment centre, plus installation of kidney dialysis machines, safety laboratories and essential medical devices for the ICU/HDU centre.
Officials have also installed Test and Care Center for the screening of the virus.
The Ayeyarwady Foundation, in partnership with the Ministry of Health and Sports, has set up a 1,000-bed COVID-19 treatment center in Yangon and a 375-bed centre in Mandalay respectively.—Ye Yint Shine (Translated by Kyaw Zin Lin)

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