(Combating New Crown Pneumonia) Inner Mongolia: Farmers, herdsmen, and migrant workers return to work to implement "point-to-point" services
China News Network, Hohhot, February 25th (Reporter Zhang Wei) On the 25th, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region's New Crown Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters released news that in clarifying the travel needs of migrant workers, providing services to migrant workers before and during the trip, and doing a good job On arrival and handover protection, Inner Mongolia implements "point-to-point" services for returning to work and returning to work.
Wang Lin, director of the Employment Service Bureau of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, said that the human resources department “point-to-point” collects and classifies information on the number, time, location, and employers of agricultural, pastoral and migrant workers who want to return to work, and forms a list of travel needs. Before the trip, people must do well in epidemic protection education, pre-trip body temperature detection, and issue health certificates; the transportation and railway departments should formulate special charter and chartered car transportation schemes according to the trip list; the local people's social affairs department will send a special person to transport the farmer, herd, and migrant workers. Go to the enterprise and go through the transfer formalities.
Regarding the travel of farmers and herdsmen, Yun Wenjing, deputy director of the Transportation Department of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, introduced that “point-to-point”, “reservation charter”, “one enterprise, one factory” are provided for destination-intensive areas and groups of migrant workers with a certain travel scale. "One car, one car" and other passenger service models, the railway side implements the "one car one case" principle, and the aviation side adopts charter charter customization services.
Wang Shuquan, deputy director of the Public Security Department of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, said that local public security organs have issued preplans that will escort the "point-to-point" service for migrant workers to return to work. (Finish)