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Impartial health care provided in Rakhine

Deputy Minister Dr Win Myint oversees health care services in Rakhine State.
Deputy Minister Dr Win Myint oversees health care services in Rakhine State.

THE Ministry of Health renders health care services without discrimination on grounds of race and religion, its deputy minister told officials in Sittway’s hospital in Rakhine State on 30 January.
After inspecting treatments, availability of medicines and renovations to the hospital, Dr Win Myint conversed with patients and spoke words of comfort and encouragement.
Speaking to the medical staff, the deputy minister called for provision of health care on the humanitarian basis with no discrimination and continuous upgrading of their capacity.
He also visited the hospital in Buthitaung township. On Monday he observed children being vaccinated at a rural health centre in Sittway, where he spoke words of encouragement to health staff, civil society organisations and residents.
The deputy minister also visited an emergency health care centre in Thetkalpyin village, where he inspected in-patients and the delivery ward.
The Ministry of Health provides health care to local residents in Rakhine State, including Bengalis.

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