Twenty-four positive cases were found among workers returning to Liaoning from jilin Makeshift hospital

2022-08-02 0 By

On April 8, the Liaoning Provincial CENTER for Disease Control and Prevention issued a health alert for Those returning to Liaoning after the construction of Makeshift Hospitals in Jilin province.Twenty-four positive cases were found among the closed loop transport and centralized isolation construction workers who returned to Liaoning after successfully completing the task of building makeshift hospitals.At present, the epidemic caused by the omicron variant strain has affected many provinces and cities in China, which is characterized by strong infectivity, fast transmission speed and hidden transmission process. The situation of epidemic prevention and control is still grim and complex. It is suggested that: 1.All regions have strengthened closed-loop management of personnel who have received assistance from makeshift hospitals and returned to Liaoning to prevent the spread of the epidemic.2. Communities managed by relevant personnel should strengthen screening, know the bottom line, manage their entry channels, and minimize the risk of epidemic transmission.3. Local governments should strengthen the management of construction sites, conduct investigation and control on relevant personnel, and increase the frequency of nucleic acid testing for people from key provinces returning to Liao when necessary.4. Personnel returning to Liaoning after the construction of makeshift hospitals should report to communities, villages and relevant isolation sites as soon as possible, and comply with local prevention and control measures.5. Daily health monitoring should be conducted for personnel returning from the temporary cabin hospitals. If they have symptoms such as fever, fatigue, dry cough, sore throat, loss of smell (taste) sensation, diarrhea, they should take good personal protection and report to the CDC in time, so as to achieve closed-cycle management of transport and treatment.Source: Rule of Law Daily Editor: Yu Jingjing Editor: Wang Ying Review: Cao Qinyong