SAC members meet health workers of Haka General Hospital, region Police Force, Tatmadaw members

State Administration Council Members Union Minister for Defence General Mya Tun Oo and U Moung Har, who arrived in Haka Township of Chin State, met health workers at Haka General Hospital together with Chin State Chief Minister U Ngun Sann Aung, Deputy Commander of North-West Command Brig-Gen Myo Htut Hlaing, state cabinet members and other officials yesterday.
During the meeting, the Union minister appreciated the concerted efforts of health workers and Tatmadaw medics who dutifully served in COVID-19 prevention, control and treatment activities together with public participation despite the challenges, and called on to present their difficulties.
Then, Haka General Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr Maung Maung Win reported on the needs of hospital equipment and administrative sectors.
The state chief minister and township Public Health and Medical Services Department head Dr Aung Myint Oo presented the requirements and the Union minister left the necessary things.
Then, the Union minister and party handed over the aids for the hospital staff and patients to the medical superintendent.
Then, the Union minister and party inspected the construction site of an oxygen plant and oxygen storage with 40-litre oxygen cylinders.
They then visited the Chin State Police Force office in Haka and met the police members. They also paid homage to Mountain Buddhist Missionary Sayadaw Baddhanta Dr Tejosara and donated.
They finally arrived at local battalion in Haka and met with Tatmadaw members and families and provided food aids. — MNA

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