Ouyang Yu, vice chairman of the Coordination Center for Coordination of New Coronary Virus Infection of the Macao Special Administrative Region Government, stated at a press conference of the Civil Defense Action Center on September 25 that in response to the latest two confirmed imported cases of new coronary pneumonia, Macau will prevent the spread of the epidemic in the community. The national nucleic acid test will be carried out from 15:00 on September 25th to 15:00 on September 28th.
Earlier, the Macau SAR government announced that it will enter an immediate prevention state from 0:00 on the 25th, and will adopt zoning and grading precise prevention and control measures, and adopt sealing control and environmental disinfection operations in the surrounding areas of the confirmed patients.
In addition, all personnel in the above-mentioned areas will be tested for nucleic acid, and health code red and yellow code control measures will be adopted.
In order to cope with the prevention and control of the epidemic, Macau’s universities, middle schools and primary schools will suspend all teaching activities from the 25th, and crowd gathering activities such as culture, sports, and tourism will be suspended or postponed. The resumption time will be notified separately.
The Macau SAR government also announced that from 0:00 on the 25th, all persons leaving Macau must hold a certificate of a negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours, and appealed to the public not to leave the country unless necessary.
In addition, all nucleic acid testing stations in Macau will operate 24 hours a day, and the temporary shelters of the Social Welfare Bureau will also be open to provide services.
According to the Macau Coordination Center for Coordination of New Coronavirus Infections, on September 24 and 25, Macau confirmed two imported cases.
The Response Coordination Center stated that the patients were 27 and 32-year-old males from Nepal who worked as security guards at the Golden Crown China Hotel.
After the 64th imported case in Macau was diagnosed, the Macau Health Bureau immediately required the hotel’s security, cleaning and related personnel to conduct nucleic acid tests, and then found the above two related cases.
The Response Coordination Center announced in the early morning of the 24th that a Macau resident who departed from Turkey and arrived in Australia via Singapore on the 18th tested positive for nucleic acid and was listed as the 64th confirmed imported case of new coronary pneumonia in Macau. He was in the Golden Crown China Hotel after entering the country. Isolate medical observation.
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