China News Service, December 3 According to the website of the Inner Mongolia Health Commission, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region reported no new suspected cases and asymptomatic infections, and 56 new local confirmed cases (all in Hulunbuir). Manzhouli City).

The details of the newly confirmed local cases are as follows:

  Confirmed cases 184 to 210: All of them were positive in the nucleic acid test of the population in the closed area of ​​Manzhouli City. After consultation with the expert group, they were diagnosed as confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia.

  Confirmed cases 211 to 234: All of them were positive in the nucleic acid test during the concentrated isolation period in Manzhouli. After consultation with the expert group, they were diagnosed as confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia.

  Confirmed cases 235 to 237: All confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia were diagnosed as confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia after consultation with the expert group.

  Confirmed case 238: Manzhouli City was positive in the nucleic acid test of the quarantined people at home. After consultation with the expert group, it was diagnosed as a confirmed case of new coronary pneumonia.

  Confirmed case 239: Manzhouli City was positive in the nucleic acid test of key personnel. After consultation with the expert group, it was diagnosed as a confirmed case of new coronary pneumonia.

  At present, the above-mentioned personnel have been transferred to designated hospitals for isolation and treatment, and related work such as flow adjustment and investigation is still in progress.

  As of 24:00 on December 2, there are currently 241 confirmed cases in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (207 in Manzhouli City, Hulunbuir, 32 in Zhalai Nuoer District; 2 confirmed cases in Manzhouli City, in Horqin District, Tongliao City) and asymptomatic infections 3 cases (all of them are New Barhu Right Banner, Hulunbuir City).

They are all isolated and treated in designated hospitals, and all close contacts are quarantined in designated places for medical observation to prevent the spread of the epidemic.

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