Naypyitaw: India handed over 10,000 vials of anti-rabies vaccines to Myanmar in a bid to help the country to fight against the Rabies disease.
India’s Deputy Chief of Mission Dr Sumit Seth handed over 10,000 vials of Anti-Rabies Vaccines to Dr Zaw Than Htun, Director General of Department of Medical Research [DG(DMS)], Ministry of Health and Sports, Government of Myanmar, according to a press release.
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India hands over 10,000 vials of
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— India in Myanmar (@IndiainMyanmar) October 9, 2019
The aim of the donation was to provide support to the Government of Myanmar for its fight against Rabies and to showcase the strength of India’s pharmaceutical industry in manufacturing high quality vaccines at a highly competitive price, according to the Indian Embassy.