Professionals from Myanmar Theatrical Association receive COVID-19 vaccination

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Health staff inject COVID-19 vaccine into professionals of MTA.

Professionals from the Myanmar Theatrical Association received COVID-19 vaccination yesterday in Mandalay. Vaccinations were given to individual groups and priority programmes in Mandalay Region to prevent and control the spread of the COVID-19 disease.
Of 100 theatrical performers in Mandalay Region, 62 people were vaccinated under the COVID-19 preventive measures at the National Theatre where it was scheduled to be vaccinated since 10 am.
It is also the first time these professionals from the Myanmar Theatrical Association have been vaccinated against the COVID-19 disease. Performer U Chit Swan Thar who received the vaccination yesterday said, “This is a time when there is an urgent need for healthcare and we must wear masks and stay away from crowds.”
He also urged the people to educate the community how to prevent COVID-19. Theatrical performer Daw Khin Win who also received the vaccine said it was the best to be vaccinated to prevent from this global pandemic. She invited all to receive the vaccines with trust and follow the guidelines of the government for COVID-19. Before the vaccination, healthcare workers made sure the normal conditions of the person who is going to be vaccinated. In addition, recreation rooms have been set up so that people who have been vaccinated can stay and in the case of a malfunction, the necessary medical care was provided. The vaccines will continue to be provided in the future when more vaccines arrive, it is reported.—Maung Aye Chan/GNLM

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