China News Service, December 2 (Reporter Chen Jing) A press conference on the prevention and control of the new crown pneumonia in Shanghai was held on the 2nd. Wu Jinglei, director of the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, introduced that there were two new confirmed cases of new crown pneumonia in Shanghai. For the ordinary type.
Shanghai lists the residential area of Lane 186, Mudan Road, Huamu Street, Pudong New Area as a medium-risk area.
The two cases are mothers and daughters, and both have completed two doses of COVID-19 vaccination.
Both cases have been transferred to the Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center for isolation and treatment, and they are currently in stable condition.
No association with previous cases was found.
On the same day, Wu Jinglei, director of the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, Zuo Yimei, deputy mayor of Pudong New Area, and Wu Fan, member of the Shanghai Epidemic Prevention and Control Public Health Expert Group, and deputy dean of Shanghai Medical College of Fudan University, attended the press conference.
The mother of the case was 74 years old and had lived in another city for two months before coming to Shanghai. She was accompanied by her daughter on the high-speed rail to Shanghai on November 18.
The case reported mild discomfort since November 27.
The 44-year-old daughter of the case reported that she developed fever on November 30 and went to Renji Hospital Pudong District with her mother for the first visit to the fever clinic on the evening of December 1 due to fever.
Wu Jinglei said that at present, the global epidemic is still in a pandemic state. Shanghai is an important port city and an open door to the outside world. The pressure of foreign defense input is high. We must optimize the epidemic prevention and control strategy according to the time and the situation, and adopt more scientific and precise prevention and control measures. More in-depth and refined management, focusing on "entrances, footholds, mobility, employment posts, school gates, and monitoring posts" to better protect people's health and city safety.