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Tatmadaw provides treatments to over 180,000 outpatients

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The Coastal Region Command Commander is presenting foodstuffs to nun at the military hospital.

Military hospitals in the townships of regions and states are giving medical treatments to the people to solve their difficulties in healthcare services. A total of 185,579 outpatients and 4,014 inpatients reached these hospitals from 5 February to date.
Senior medical experts, medics and nurses have conducted 8,659 major operations and 4,420 minor operations. The senior doctors gave intensive treatment the severe cases.
These hospitals managed for the birth of 11,278 babies to date. Of those, 4,474 cases are done in the caesarean section and 6,804 cases in ordinary delivery.
Moreover, Mon State Fire Brigade members collectively donated blood for monks, military members, police, and locals, who took treatments at the military hospital in Mawlamyine Town, Mon State, to mark the 75th Anniversary of Myanmar Fire Brigade yesterday morning.
South-East Command Commander Maj-Gen Ko Ko Maung and Mon State Fire Brigade officials offered words of encouragement to those who donated blood and provided blood donors with nutritious foodstuffs and medicines (tonic).
Similarly, Commander of Coastal Region Command Maj-Gen Saw Than Hlaing and party encouraged the officers and other ranks, who had treatments at the military station hospital in Dawei Town, Taninthayi Region and gave foodstuffs to them.
In addition to providing medical care to patients in need of hospitalization, Tatmadaw is making arrangements for the well-being of hospitalized patients and caregivers. — MNA

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