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Donation Alert:Ms Khine Hnin Wai received the first batch of oxygen machines and quickly distributed them to hospitals and people in Myanmar

Donation Alert:Ms Khine Hnin Wai received the first batch of oxygen machines and quickly distributed them to hospitals and people in Myanmar

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Donation Alert:Ms Khine Hnin Wai received the first batch of oxygen machines and quickly distributed them to hospitals and people in Myanmar

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The first batch of Sanai Health medical oxygen machines arrived in Yangon, Myanmar and were delivered to Ms Khine Hnin Wai, who promptly delivered them to local hospitals and organisations and excitedly shared live updates on Facebook, including one that received 69,000 likes for delivering the oxygen machines to the people.    (Click to go to her Facebook)

 

She said this on Facebook: 

Let me share the good news: our first 20 medical oxygen machines have arrived! Soon the 10 oxygen machines (160 million kyats) donated by Dragonfly will also arrive, bringing the total number of oxygen machines arriving within a week to 30. When the machines arrive, we will try to help those in need as much as possible, especially prioritising those who have been identified as critically ill with a new crown. While we cannot help all people in distress, we will continue to help those who can and we continue to donate to a number of charities. All this has been made possible by the combined efforts and donations of all of us at Seven Days for Children, and we hope that we will soon overcome the epidemic!

 

As we can see from Ms Khine Hnin Wai's recent Facebook posts, she has been working in both urban and rural areas to provide supplies to people in various places, regardless of her own safety. Her bravery and selflessness has touched people around her, and more and more friends and people are joining her in her relief efforts.

 

At present, Myanmar is in the midst of a serious epidemic and a war. Many critical cases are dying of asphyxiation due to the lack of oxygen supply, and the daily death rate continues to soar. Figures show that 40 per cent of confirmed patients in Myanmar require oxygen treatment, but due to the lack of supply, a number of confirmed patients are dying. At present, Myanmar is still in dire need of a large supply of oxygen and oxygen concentrators.

 

The medical oxygen machines donated by Sanae Health will be sent to Yangon soon. All these machines will be used free of charge to help Myanmar fight against the epidemic, and the related materials will be distributed to the people of Myanmar by the receiving organisation. The workers of Longfei factory gave up their rest time and worked overtime for two consecutive weeks to catch up with the goods and shipments in order to solve the oxygen shortage problem in the neighbouring country as soon as possible.

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