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May 25, 2020

MFF cares over 200 people in quarantined centres

Officials from MFF arranging accommodation for the healthcare providers and quarantined persons. Photo: MFF
Officials from MFF arranging accommodation for the healthcare providers and quarantined persons. Photo: MFF

The Myanmar Football Federation is currently caregiving for over 200 people under quarantine at their facilities with healthcare assistance given by up to 80 staff and volunteers.
All the quarantined persons at the MFF sites have recently come back home from foreign countries by airlines and they will have to stay facility quarantine for 14 days there.
The MFF led by its president U Zaw Zaw is volunteering the use of five of their facilities – the AYA Bank Training Centre, three camps of the Myanmar National Football Teams and National Football Academy in Yangon which can accommodate about 350 people.
Myanmar Football Federation has prepared to help supply the accommodations and daily meals for the quarantined persons at MFF’s National Football Academy and Myanmar National Teams’ Apartments since 22 March, with the efforts from MFF’s officials, doctors, staff and other volunteers, in line with the Ministry of Health and Sports, according to the MFF.
The MFF has also prepared the use of the Myanmar National team camps to provide accommodation for up to 80 healthcare providers, doctors and nurses from different regions and states, who are assisting to combat COVID-19 pandemic.  —Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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