Experience shared through Mongolia-Taiwanese joint virtual meetingSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/ The National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH) in partnership with the State Central Third Hospital held a virtual discussion yesterday on the matters of preventing and combating with infections diseases.
Attendees had a discussion under the topic “Preparedness during the COVID-19 infection and Responsive Measures” and issues including preventing from the spread of the novel coronavirus in hospital environment and distribution of human resources who work in directions of fighting against the infectious diseases and shared experiences.
Representative of Taiwan to Mongolia Grace C.R.Lo noted that Taiwan is gradually reviving its economy and foreign relations and cooperation with other countries. And the country has already included Mongolia among the countries with low risk of novel coronavirus infection. The Government of Taiwan has allowed business passengers and graduate students who have resident permit to cross its border so far. And business passengers will be isolated for 5 days after their entrance. I believe that the discussion could make certain contribution in ensuring preparedness of the two hospitals and deepening ties and cooperation of the sides.
Director of the State Central Third Hospital Ts.Tumur-Ochir said "Our hospital has been cooperating with the NTUH for many years. Due to the pandemic, activities between the two hospitals such as reciprocal visits and joint training, have been interrupted for a certain period this year. As Taiwanese earned abundant experience in combating with the novel coronavirus, we have a lot of to learn from them. I am confident that the two countries would overcome the pandemic as joining our power and our cooperation will revive in the near future."