Myanmar Medical Council Executive Committee meeting held

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The MoHS Union Minister presides over the Myanmar Medical Council EC meeting on 7 May 2021.

Union Minister for Health and Sports Dr Thet Khaing Win attended the Myanmar Medical Council Executive Committee meeting held on 7 May.
At the meeting, the Union Minister said the status of the work to resume public health services throughout the country, the assistance of the ministry to those who want to return to work and the action being taken to the staff who do not return to work in accordance with the rules and regulations.
Regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, he said the incidence of the disease is rising again in neighbouring countries, and our country needs to take precautionary measures to reduce the incidence of the disease.
He also added the vaccination in regions and states. The students passed the matriculation exam in 2020 to the medical universities and related universities, continuing postgraduate courses at medical universities. He expressed words of thanks to the Myanmar Medical Council for scrutinizing the Certificate of Good Standing for Myanmar doctors and the ongoing work during this period.
Chairman of the Myanmar Medical Council Professor Dr Khin Maung Aye discussed the ongoing works of the council and the members of the council and executive members participated in the discussion.
In the afternoon, the Union Minister and party met with the officials of the COVID-19 Medical Treatment Centre (Phaungyi) and discussed the acceptance of the COVID-19 patients and the completion of new wards.
The Union Minister expressed words of thanks to the Tatmadaw medical corps for the acceptance of the COVID-19 patients and said the purpose of his visit is to discuss to continue the medical work of COVID-19 Medical Treatment Centre (Phaunggyi) when the regular training courses are reopened at the Central Institute of Civil Service (Lower Myanmar).
During the inspection tour, the Union Minister checked the construction of the new wards and said the ministry would provide necessary assistance as soon as possible.—MNA

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