The latest!Taiyuan Epidemic Prevention and Control Office emergency alert

2022-06-09 0 By

Since the first confirmed case of the new epidemic occurred in Shenzhen on January 31, 2022, a total of 7 confirmed cases and 1 asymptomatic infected person were reported as of February 2, all belonging to the same transmission chain. The gene sequencing results were omicron variant strains, which were highly homologous with some genome sequences uploaded from North America in the global database.January 31, Shenzhen city has baoan District Shiyan Street Luotong Community Emmett science park B building adjusted to the risk zone.The 0131 outbreak in Shenzhen has now spread to Yunfu, Huizhou, Heyuan and Meizhou in Guangdong Province.In order to strictly prevent the risk of imported COVID-19 and ensure the life and health safety of the public, taiyuan Epidemic Prevention and Control Office urgently reminds:1. Those who have traveled to Bao ‘an District of Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province since January 17, 2022, and yunfu city, Huizhou City, Heyuan City and Meizhou City, Guangdong Province since February 1, 2022, should report to their communities (villages), work units or hotels as soon as possible, and take the initiative to cooperate with their localities in implementing epidemic control measures.Since January 17, those with a history of travel and residence in Building B of Emmet Science Park, Luozuo Community, Shiyan Street, Bao ‘an District, Shenzhen, have been put under “14+5” concentrated quarantine medical observation. Those with a history of travel and residence in other areas of Bao ‘an District have been put under “14+5” home quarantine medical observation.On January 17, since there are other low-risk regions outside the guangdong province shenzhen baoan district, since February 1, yunfu city, guangdong province, huizhou, heyuan, meizhou city living history of personnel must hold within 48 hours of negative proof back to (for) and nucleic acid detection, to start as soon as possible once the nucleic acid detection, into the community control;Those returning to or arriving from low-risk areas outside the province must hold negative nucleic acid test proof within 48 hours.Second, check the site and the highway traffic epidemic such as airports, railway stations, long-distance bus station operations to implement the “first point” in the traffic control responsibility, strict enforcement of temperature measurement test code, to return to (for) in the key areas and personnel inspection within 48 hours of nucleic acid testing negative proof, can’t provide, in the first placement of nucleic acid testing point sampling detection, and to carry out the quarantine registration information.Iii. Citizens are requested to abide by the epidemic prevention and control regulations, strictly fulfill their personal responsibility for epidemic prevention and control, and adhere to good health habits such as wearing masks scientifically, washing hands frequently, using chopsticks, frequent ventilation, reducing gatherings, and “one-meter noodles”;Do a good job of self-health monitoring. In case of fever, dry cough, fatigue, sore throat, loss of smell (taste) sensation, diarrhea and other uncomfortable symptoms, do a good job of personal protection, go to the nearest fever clinic or designated medical institutions for treatment and screening, tell the truth about your travel history and contact history, and do not take public transportation on the way to medical treatment.Iv. Strict compliance with COVID-19 prevention and control regulations is an important measure to stop the spread of COVID-19, and it is also the obligation of all citizens.Those who fail to implement epidemic prevention and control measures in accordance with regulations, misreport personal travel, cause the spread of infectious diseases or serious spread risk, and cause serious consequences, will be investigated for legal responsibility according to law.Office of Taiyuan Leading Group on Epidemic Prevention and Control February 3, 2022 Source: Office of Taiyuan Leading Group on Epidemic Prevention and Control