[Introduction]: those who came back from the high-risk areas of the epidemic in Inner Mongolia carried out centralized isolation medical observation for 14 days, and carried out the nucleic acid test of the new coronavirus on the 1st and 14th days. Those who traveled back from the risk areas in the epidemic in Inner Mongolia received nucleic acid tests on the day they arrived in Shanghai. People who travel back from areas with low risk of epidemic in Inner Mongolia do not need to test nucleic acid.
Do I need to do nucleic acid tests when I travel back from Shanghai to Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia?
According to the relevant regulations published by Shanghai Health and Health Commission, 14-day centralized isolation medical observation was carried out on those who came to Guangdong and returned to Guangdong with a history of living in high-risk areas in the past 14 days, and in the first, on the 14th day, a new coronavirus nucleic acid test was carried out to ensure that the investigation and control were in place.
According to the relevant regulations published by Shanghai Health and Health Commission, the community health management was implemented for those who came back from Shanghai to the risk areas in Manzhouli city, Inner Mongolia, and nucleic acid tests were conducted on the day they arrived in Shanghai. For those who come back from Shanghai to the low-risk areas of Manzhouli city, Inner Mongolia, who hold the “Guangdong Kang code” green code or “Sui Kang code” blue and green code, the body temperature test can be normal to travel and work, no nucleic acid detection is required.
Mask wearing guidelines
1. People with symptoms such as fever, nasal congestion, runny nose, cough and other related accompanying personnel must wear masks when they go to medical institutions or go to public places (occasions).
2. Relevant practitioners must wear masks (including medical personnel in medical institutions, public the employees of service, and staff engaged in epidemic prevention and control) in accordance with the practice norms and relevant regulations during their on-the-job period.
3. Take rail transit or long distance coach to enter places where medical institutions, welfare institutions, schools and other countries have specific requirements, and you must wear masks.
4. It is recommended to wear masks when elderly, weak and chronic patients go out.
5. It is recommended that individuals carry masks with them. When they need close contact with others in a confined space, crowded areas, it is recommended to wear masks as appropriate.
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