Zhongxin Finance, January 17th. On the 17th, the WeChat public account "Communication Itinerary Card" with the main account of the "China Academy of Information and Communications Technology" issued a document stating that the asterisk "*" on the itinerary card has nothing to do with the user's personal health status, only As a reminder sign for cities in medium and high risk areas, it is convenient for managers to check.

Direct quarantine measures are not recommended for users of an asterisked itinerary card.

  The China Academy of Information and Communications Technology stated that since its launch at the end of February 2020, the "Communications Travel Card" has provided services to people across the country for nearly 23 months, making it convenient for the general public to travel healthily during the epidemic.

The epidemic situation in various places has continued to be severe recently. As the Spring Festival and the Winter Olympics are approaching, the number of inquiries about itinerary cards is also gradually increasing.

  The "*" asterisk mark in the upper right corner of the visited places on the itinerary card indicates that there are cities with medium and high risk areas in the itinerary in the past 14 days, and does not mean that the user has actually visited these medium and high risk areas.

The asterisk "*" has nothing to do with the user's personal health status, and is only used as a reminder sign for cities in medium and high risk areas, which is convenient for management personnel to check.

  If your itinerary card is marked with an asterisk "*", it means that your itinerary in the past 14 days includes cities in medium and high risk areas. You need to further confirm whether you have been to medium and high risk areas. If you have been, you need to strictly follow the epidemic prevention in the area. The management regulations should be reported to the relevant management departments; if you have not been there, you need to understand the travel policies of various places in advance before you travel, and judge whether you want to continue to travel according to the requirements of local epidemic prevention management.

  In addition, the asterisk "*" on the itinerary card indicates that the user's itinerary in the past 14 days has cities with medium and high risk areas, and does not mean that the user has actually visited these medium and high risk areas.

When the epidemic prevention manager sees the asterisk on the user's itinerary card, it is recommended to further verify whether the other party has actually been to the medium and high risk areas, and then follow the local epidemic prevention policy to determine whether isolation is required.

Direct quarantine measures are not recommended for users of an asterisked itinerary card.

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