Myanmar-China association donates 20,000 masks to Natmauk General Hospital

Well-wishers pose for a group photo to mark their donation to Natmauk General Hospital.  Photo: Myint Maung
Well-wishers pose for a group photo to mark their donation to Natmauk General Hospital. Photo: Myint Maung

Myanmar-China Exchange and Cooperation Association has donated 20,000 masks, for the protection against the Covid-19, to Natmauk General Hospital in Magway Region.
The donation ceremony was held at the embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Myanmar on 31 March.
The ceremony was attended by Ambassador Mr Chen Hai and Commercial Attaché Mr Tan Shufu of Chinese Embassy in Myanmar, Chairman U Thit Sar of the Myanmar-China Exchange and Cooperation Association, and Dr Myat Sandar Thant, representative of Natmauk township treatment department in Magway region.
At the ceremony, Chairman U Thit Sar of the Myanmar-China Exchange and Cooperation Association handed over 20,000 surgical masks worth K13 million while Dr Myat Sandar Thant, representative of Natmauk township treatment department, received them, and returned the certificate of appreciation.
Natmauk General Hospital, established in 1982, was renovated as Myanmar-China friendship hospital-2 by the Myanmar-China Exchange and Cooperation Association. State Counsellor Daw Aung San Su Kyi formally opened the renovated Natmauk General Hospital on 10 May 2019.
Golden City Charity Foundation also donated a set of oxygen plant to be used in the treatment of the infected patients. The ceremony ended with the expression of thanks by Myat Sandar Thant, representative of Natmauk township treatment department. —Myint Maung (Translated by Hay Mar)

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