China donates medical supplies to Myanmar

  • Myanmar
  • Friday, 27 Mar 2020

A staff member sprays disinfectant at a customer at the entrance of a cafeteria shop in Yangon, Myanmar on March 27, 2020. - AP

YANGON (Xinhua): China has donated medical protective equipment to help Myanmar in its battle against the Covid-19 outbreak.

The donation, including 5,000 protective clothing, 5,000 pieces of N95 respirators and 200,000 pieces of surgical masks, was handed over by Chinese Ambassador Chen Hai to Zaw Than Htun, director general of the Medical Research Department under the Ministry of Health and Sports at the Yangon International Airport late Thursday (March 26).

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