[Introduction]: according to the latest policy requirements of Shanghai, Shaoguan city belongs to low-risk areas. Ordinary people from low-risk areas have normal body temperature, and those with health codes and green codes do not need isolation and nucleic acid testing.
According to the latest policy requirements of Shanghai, all parts of Shaoguan city belong to low-risk areas. Ordinary people from low-risk areas have normal body temperature and hold health codes and green codes,Isolation and nucleic acid detection are not required.
Expansion: Requirements for heading back in Shanghai province
There are people living in such areas returning to the ear 14 days before the announcement of high-risk areas in Shanghai province
Carry out 2 nucleic acid tests as soon as possible (with an interval of more than 24 hours) and 14 days of home medical observation (from the date when the home time leaves the high-risk area). Daily life and meals should be limited to the residence as much as possible, refuse all visits and other personnel try not to enter.
The date of the announcement to the high-risk areas in Shanghai province and the subsequent return of those who have lived in this area
1. Residents in high-risk areas shall conduct 14-day centralized isolation medical observation (counting from the date of leaving high-risk areas).
2. Resident History personnel in medium-risk areas. If there is no nucleic acid certificate within 72 hours and the approval of the headquarters, 14 days of home isolation medical observation (counting from the date of leaving the high-risk area) will be implemented.
3. People living in other areas of the city where the middle and high risk areas are located must hold valid nucleic acid certificates within 72 hours. The “three-person group” of the destination city community provides “four one” services, that is, issuing a health notice, conducting a health inquiry, checking a health code, conduct a nucleic acid test or check the nucleic acid test certificate within 72 hours.
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