Medical workers vow to continue helping patients after junta bombs hospital in Chin State

Doctors and nurses participating in the Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) in Mindat Township say they will persist in their mission to deliver badly needed health services to civilians and anti-junta fighters

Even after a junta airstrike razed their hospital in Mindat Township, Chin State last week, the doctors and nurses on staff are determined to keep providing aid and care to patients in the area. 

The Wammathu (Vawmm’tu) Hospital, located some five miles northwest of Mindat and six miles west of the border with Magway Region, was destroyed in a series of junta bombing raids between April 25 and 28.

Patients who survived the airstrikes have been relocated to safer areas, healthcare workers said. 

“We will keep on doing what we are doing,” a doctor from the hospital resolved after surviving the airstrike.  

“We will need to find. . .

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