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[Introduction]: according to the prevention and control regulations of Shanghai CDC: people in high-risk areas in Shanghai will be isolated at home according to the specific situation.

Travel card is it necessary to isolate Shanghai when Shanghai turns red?

From 20:30 on January 8, 2021, the travel card will no longer mark the city name containing medium and high risk areas in red, and will be marked with * (asterisk) after the city name, * (asterisk) the tag indicates that the city that the user visited in the previous 14 days currently has medium or high risk areas, and does not mean that the user has actually visited these medium and high risk areas. The tag is only used as a travel reminder and is not associated with health status. For more information, follow the joint defense and control mechanism. The Mark of Heihe city in Heilongjiang province is only used as a travel reminder and is not associated with health status.

Shanghai has implemented the “three ones” health management measures for those who have lived in medium-risk areas in the past 14 days (I .e. issuing a health notice, conducting a health consultation, check the health code once), carry out nucleic acid detection on the day of heading, and implement home isolation according to specific conditions.

➤ Shanghai Zhaotong road residential area (south of Fuzhou Road) is listed as a medium risk area

On January 21, Shanghai reported 3 confirmed cases of local coronavirus. According to the relevant requirements of the joint defense and joint control mechanism of the State Council, according to the research of the municipal epidemic prevention and control headquarters, the residential area of Zhaotong Road (the area south of Fuzhou Road) in Huangpu district is listed as a medium risk area, and the risk level of other areas in Shanghai remains unchanged. In principle, relevant personnel in medium-risk areas do not leave Shanghai, and those who do need to leave Shanghai must have a negative certificate of nucleic acid test within 7 days.