Thirty oxygen tanks ordered from Thailand arrive in Tachilek

Tachilake NS

Further 30 oxygen tanks arrived in Tachilek yesterday via the Myanmar-Thailand Friendship Bridge No. 2 in Shan State (East), officials said.
With the supervision of Triangle Region Command, Tactical Commander Colonel Min Min Tun, and officials ordered 30 sets of 40-litre sized oxygen tanks from Thailand and presented them to township elders to meet the oxygen needs in Shan State (East) and Yangon.
The oxygen tanks are being stored at the District People’s Hospital and 10 are being transported to the Shwe Laung Tin Charitable Association in Yangon.
According to Colonel Min Min Tun, 10 oxygen tanks were donated by Shan East (Tachilek) Water Supply Company, while another 10 by Heinleig Group of Companies and 10 further oxygen tanks by Kokang Social Welfare Organization for needy areas. — Yar Say (IPRD)/GNLM

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