Beijing resumed direct international flights, and more than 140 passengers on the first flight entered the country smoothly in 69 minutes; reporters from the Beijing News visited a concentrated observation point for inbound passengers

  Concentrated observers measure body temperature three times a day

  At 6:50 yesterday, Air China flight CA746 from Cambodia's Phnom Penh International Airport to Beijing landed smoothly at the Capital International Airport, marking the resumption of direct flights by Beijing international passenger flights diverted through the first entry point.

After the passengers arrive, they will be transferred by special vehicles to a centralized observation point in Daxing District.

According to reports, each room in the hotel has two body temperature measuring devices, requiring centralized observers to measure body temperature three times a day.

  The Beijing News reported that at 6:50 yesterday, the flight CA746 from Cambodia's Phnom Penh International Airport to Beijing landed smoothly at the Capital International Airport. This was the first direct international passenger flight resumed by Beijing.

Previously, according to the official website of the Civil Aviation Administration, direct flights from Beijing international passenger flights diverted through the first entry point will be gradually resumed from September 3.

9 flights to Beijing from 8 countries with few imported cases, including Thailand, Cambodia, Pakistan, Greece, Denmark, Austria, Sweden, and Canada, will be resumed first.

  The reporter noticed that after the flight arrived in Beijing, it stopped at the bridge, and there were staff wearing protective clothing working on the bridge, and passengers wearing masks walked out of the cabin one after another.

According to the entry procedures of foreign passengers at the Capital Airport, passengers will be in the T3-D handling area for declaration card filling, temperature measurement, and epidemiological survey sampling. Baggage collection and immigration procedures will also be completed in the special area.

  Yesterday, the border inspection police in the T3-D disposal area took only 69 minutes to complete the border inspection procedures for more than 140 passengers and more than 10 crew members of the entire flight and successfully entered the country.

  It is understood that in order to ensure the safe return of international flights to Beijing at the first point of entry, the Beijing General Border Inspection Station has made arrangements in advance to optimize and adjust the entry process.

Ji Lixia, deputy head of the Beijing Border Inspection Station, said: “We continue to focus on remote early warning and continue to exert the effectiveness of frontier inspection big data. Before resuming direct flights, we have further optimized the early warning model according to the development trend of the epidemic in different directions and different countries. Relying on the passenger information system submitted by airlines in real-time, it can effectively grasp the information of international flight passengers and countries from abroad; relying on various entry and exit databases, timely detection of people living in countries with severe epidemics."

  In addition, in view of the actual situation that all passengers carrying passengers will go through the entry formalities in the T3-D epidemic prevention zone after the first point of entry flight resumes direct flights, the Beijing General Border Inspection Station uses the small window period of the on-site passenger flow in the early stage to treat T3- All law enforcement duty places in the D area are comprehensively sorted out.

  It is understood that at present, the border police officers stationed in the T3-D disposal area are all experienced and capable police officers drawn from the Beijing General Border Inspection Station. While going through the immigration procedures, they will collect relevant information in accordance with the regulations and submit them to the customs, public security, and security. The health and other departments immediately push it to cooperate with the joint prevention and control unit to prevent and control the epidemic.

  A large group of policemen on duty told reporters: "The flight is back. I feel that my body is full of energy. We are confident and able to guard the country."

  ■ Visit

  Daxing District has 9 centralized observation points for inbound personnel, a total of 1508 rooms

  Starting from September 3, Beijing international passenger flights have resumed direct flights steadily and orderly.

After the flights arrived in Beijing, they all landed in the T3-D special area of ​​the Capital Airport. The inbound personnel will be observed for 14 days and undergo two nucleic acid tests.

  Yesterday, more than a hundred passengers on Air China Flight CA746 arrived at Beijing Capital International Airport. After completing customs clearance, inspection, and nucleic acid testing in the special area, they were transferred by special vehicles to a centralized observation point in Daxing District.

  Yesterday morning, the reporter visited this centralized observation point and found that each room in the hotel has two temperature measurement devices, and all floors where visitors stay for observation are equipped with "floor stewards" that provide 24-hour service.

  Floor butler 24 hours service

  At around 10:30 in the morning yesterday, six buses from the Capital Airport, carrying passengers from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, arrived at a centralized observation point in Daxing District.

This intensive observation hotel is located outside the Fifth Ring Road. It is the first intensive observation hotel for inbound tourists in Beijing after the resumption of direct Beijing international passenger flights.

  "I haven't been home for 193 days." Tourist Mr. Li, a car salesperson, went on a business trip to Cambodia in February.

When returning home this time, he has been wearing a mask and goggles ever since he rushed to Phnom Penh Airport, without eating or drinking.

  The tourist Mr. Chen also went to Cambodia in February this year and returned home for vacation.

"It's more convenient to return to China as a whole, and I feel that our country's control is very reassuring."

  After getting off the bus, passengers measure their body temperature at the entrance of the hotel, receive a room card, then pick up their luggage, and enter the hotel room in turn from the dedicated passage.

  After entering the hotel, travelers are no longer allowed to leave their rooms.

In the room, travelers must scan the code to fill in their personal entry information, and at the same time, they must scan the code to join the hotel floor butler group.

  "Special reminder, during the intensive observation period, you must'not leave the house' and contact me if you have anything." After the passengers checked in, Wang Lijun, the floor butler, got busy.

Wang Lijun is a cadre of the Market Supervision Bureau of Daxing District. He has already participated in the management of centralized observation points twice before and is very familiar with it.

  According to the relevant person in charge, there are two floor butlers on each floor of the hotel, which can provide 24-hour service for the occupants of centralized observation personnel, and the floor butlers equipped this time have experience in managing centralized observation points.

  After the passenger enters the room, the hotel has a special staff member to come to check in.

  Take body temperature three times a day

  According to Zhang Tengjiao, deputy director of the Civil Affairs Bureau of Daxing District, this hotel has 340 rooms, all of which are twin standard rooms, distributed on 9 floors of two buildings. The hotel manages these rooms completely.

  When the reporter visited this concentrated observation hotel, some new items in the isolation observation room caught the reporter's attention.

For example, in the bathroom, in addition to the regular disposable toiletries, disinfectant and yellow medical garbage bags are also provided; on the room table, the reporter also saw the Chinese and English versions of "Warm Reminders" and "Concentrated Observation Notice for Entry into Beijing Books and other materials and thermometers.

  According to the person in charge of the medical security group of the centralized observation point, each room in the hotel has two temperature measurement devices, namely a mercury thermometer and a non-contact infrared thermometer. Staff conduct random temperature checks.

  Zhang Tengjiao reminded that in order to ensure safety, the hotel does not provide the service of receiving express delivery and takeaway.

For patients with chronic diseases who need long-term medication, the hotel medical insurance team will provide protection in medication and medical treatment.

In addition, the medical security team has prepared some commonly used drugs, which can be satisfied if passengers have special difficulties, sudden situations or need mental comfort.

  What should I do if the staff staying in the centralized observation team has a fever?

Zhang Tengjiao said that if the centralized observers develop symptoms such as fever and cough, the medical security team will directly report the information, and the district CDC will conduct investigation and disposal.

  According to Pan Yufeng, director of the Culture and Tourism Bureau of Daxing District, Daxing District has set up a total of 9 observation points for people entering Beijing with a total of 1508 rooms.

At present, 9 observation points have been selected by the Organization Department of the District Party Committee and 22 department-level cadres to set up a stationed working group, each observation point has a working group, and all observation points are ready.

Public security, emergency response, health, disease control and other departments have carried out a full range of hidden danger investigations and rectified one by one to ensure safety.

In addition, preparations have been made in terms of food security, centralized observation point layout, and multilingual translation to ensure that passengers can feel the warmth of home when they come back, feel safe and smooth.

  Beijing News reporter Wu Tingting Sha Xueliang