(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) Zhangjiajie, Hunan, confirmed a local case

  China News Service, Changsha, July 29 (Fu Jingyi) From 0 to 17:00 on July 29, a local case of new coronary pneumonia was confirmed in Zhangjiajie City, Hunan Province, and 10 close contacts have been investigated.

At present, the city has shut down all confined places where people gather to eliminate the environment. As of 12 noon on the 29th, 83,115 people have been sampled for nucleic acid testing.

  According to local official reports, the confirmed case is Yang XX, female, 38 years old, currently living in Group 1 of Wangjiazhai Village, Guanliping Street, Yongding District, Zhangjiajie City.

On July 29, the nucleic acid test of Zhangjiajie People's Hospital was positive, and the city-level expert consultation was a confirmed case (common type).

At present, Yang XX has been transferred to the Eastern Hospital of Zhangjiajie City People's Hospital for isolation medical observation.

10 close contacts have been investigated, and related circulatory investigations and investigations are still in progress.

  On the evening of July 28, under the guidance of the Hunan Provincial Health Commission and disease control experts, Zhangjiajie City adopted the approach of helping one county and one district, and launched an overnight investigation of key townships in Yongding City, Wulingyuan District, Cili County and Sangzhi County. Passengers and residents carry out full nucleic acid testing and screening.

As of 12:00 noon on July 29, 83,115 people had completed nucleic acid testing and sampling in the city.

  In order to perform scientific and precise prevention and control work and effectively prevent hidden risks, Zhangjiajie has made a decision to stop business activities in confined places where people gather from the 29th. Tourists, shopping places, movie theaters, theaters and other people gather in confined places throughout the city to stop all operations. Activities, do a good job in environmental elimination, organize all practitioners to carry out nucleic acid testing.