(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) A small city with a population of 32,000 in western China: all the people are volunteers to protect a city

  China News Service, Alxa, October 26th. Title: A small city with a population of 32,000 in western China: all the people are volunteers to protect a city

  China News Service reporter Zhang Wei

  From 7:00 on October 25 to 8:00 on October 26, 2021, 35 new local confirmed cases were added in Ejina Banner, Alxa League, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and the cumulative number of local confirmed cases increased to 78.

  Ejina Banner is located at the westernmost tip of Inner Mongolia, with a total area of ​​114,600 square kilometers and a registered population of 32,000.

This remote, remote, sparsely populated, and relatively weak city in western China experienced a surprise attack from the new crown epidemic in a week.

  Highway and community control, nucleic acid testing for all employees, and the placement of stranded tourists... Due to the increasing number of confirmed cases, the pressure on epidemic prevention and control has intensified, and there are many urgent problems to be solved, this small city has encountered serious challenges.

  In recent days, in addition to the arrival of rushing teams from various places, the local people have also actively acted as volunteers to jointly guard the city.

The picture shows young volunteers carrying out anti-epidemic volunteer services at Ceke Port.

Photo courtesy of the Youth League Committee of Ejina Banner

Herdsmen donate "household goods": there are sheep, cattle and camels

  Hosbayer donated 1 camel and 1 cow, and Udam donated 30 sheep... If Mongolia’s donation of 30,000 sheep to China to help China fight the epidemic is said to be a good story for international friendship, then it’s simple The donation of “household goods” by herders to help fight the epidemic has also become a good story to protect their homes.

  Bayan Taolai Sumu (Sumu refers to administrative township), Wusu Ronggui Gacha (Gacha refers to administrative village), farmers and herdsmen raised 10,000 yuan (RMB), 24 sheep, and donated them to the frontline anti-epidemic in Ejina Banner staff member.

  The herder Bayer Qimuge said that the most touching thing is that even local poor households, elderly people living alone and the disabled have donated sheep.

  "The herders said that they have always been cared by the state, but now that they encounter difficulties, they must repay." Bayerqimuge said.

  The herdsmen in Ejina also sent out a kind invitation when they donated materials: "When the epidemic is over, we will have a happy drink!"

"Volunteer Red" shines: "small things" gather great energy

  Starting from October 20th, Hu Juan, a young volunteer of the Ejina Banner Committee of the Communist Youth League, and 33 other young volunteers have stayed on the front line of Ejina Banner epidemic prevention and control 24 hours a day.

  "I saw the recruitment of young volunteers on WeChat a few days ago. I signed up as soon as possible, hoping to help the staff share some work." Hu Juan said.

  Guide the ambulance to enter the community in time, assist in measuring body temperature, check the health code, distribute meals for the quarantined people, and carry out scientific epidemic prevention propaganda... Since the outbreak, the young volunteers have done some "small things", but they have helped a lot.

  At Ceke Port, more than 120 young volunteers were distributed at nucleic acid sampling sites and transportation hubs, assisting in on-site diversion and diversion, order maintenance, and information registration, and served a total of 4,000 to 5,000 people.

  Huang Yongming, director of the Alxa League Health Committee, introduced that currently there are 3612 volunteers in Ejina Banner. They take the initiative to undertake urgent, difficult and dangerous tasks, fully cooperate with the implementation of epidemic prevention and control measures, and assist Sumu Town (street) and Gacha. Villages (communities) and other grassroots organizations actively carry out various voluntary activities such as convenience services, logistics distribution, community management and control, personnel isolation, and environmental elimination.

  According to statistics, Ejina Banner currently has 116 party member volunteer service teams and 5 youth volunteer service teams.

The picture shows the front-line staff of Ejina Banner distributing meals to stranded tourists.

Photo by Zhong Xin

The protection of the whole people: the warmest support of the "epidemic" line

  "I have heard,'No matter how the new crown virus can't find such a remote place as Alxa', that was a joke that was said in 2020; I have witnessed the big truck that took donated materials from my hometown hangs'Wuhan refueling The word'...On October 18, a new crown epidemic broke out in Ejina Banner. His father put on a mask and went to the front line of nucleic acid testing to start evacuation and duty work." This is the ordinary father described by Li Jinlin, a high school student in the Alxa League.

  "We will fully charge 500 power banks every day and deliver them to the staff in need for free." This is the message that Li Minghao, the person in charge of the shared power bank, has madly forwarded in the circle of friends these days.

  "Hello, I want to donate anti-epidemic supplies to Ejina Banner..." This is a call from a resident from Bayanhot Town, Alxa Left Banner who did not want to be named to the local Red Cross.

He wants to send 100 pieces of instant noodles in barrels, 4,500 disposable medical surgical masks, 270 bottles of alcohol disinfectant, 100 pairs of disposable rubber gloves and 90 protective clothing to Ejina Banner.

  "We have prepared braised fish and stewed vegetables for stranded tourists to try our best to meet everyone's needs."

  "We have prepared 200 vegetarian boxes, 8 pots of hot milk tea and more than a dozen boxes of fruit noodles. We hope that the front-line staff can eat a hot breakfast even when they are busy."


  With these warmest support, the retrogrades on the "epidemic" line are not alone.

  From 0:00 on October 25th, residents and tourists of Ejina Banner began to fight the epidemic at home without leaving their homes (shops). Everyone here has become a guardian, guarding themselves, guarding others, and guarding a city.