(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) A total of 689 cases of local positive infections in Quanzhou, the hometown of overseas Chinese, have been adjusted in a week.

  China News Agency, Quanzhou, March 19 (Reporter Sun Hong) Since March 13, the local epidemic situation in Quanzhou, Fujian, the hometown of overseas Chinese, has been clustered and distributed in multiple places, with a wide range and a large number of confirmed cases, which has spilled over to Xiamen and Fuzhou. , Zhangzhou and other places.

  According to the data reported by the Fujian Provincial Health Commission on the 19th, from 0:00 to 24:00 on March 18, there were 191 new confirmed cases and 75 asymptomatic infections in Quanzhou. .

  As of 0:00 on the 19th, in just one week, Quanzhou has reported a total of 689 positive infections, including 456 confirmed cases (40 ordinary cases, 416 mild cases) and 233 asymptomatic infections.

  According to the development of the epidemic, according to experts' research and judgment, since March 18, Quanzhou has newly designated 12 closed control areas and 17 new control areas; since March 19, 4 high-risk areas and 9 medium-risk areas have been newly designated area.

  The current round of local epidemic in Quanzhou originated from the morning of March 13, when Fengze District found 9 confirmed cases among the "exhaustive inspection" personnel, all of whom were employees of Binhai Hotel in Fengze District.

Due to the large number of people in the hotel and the large flow, it is easy to cause spread, and it is difficult to prevent and control the epidemic.

Among the positive infected people whose activity trajectories have been disclosed so far, nearly 200 employees, customers, and people living in the staff dormitory of the Binhai Hotel are in the Binhai Hotel.

  The reporter noticed that the Secretary of the Fengze District Committee of Quanzhou was adjusted on the 18th, and Huang Wensheng, member of the Standing Committee of the Quanzhou Municipal Committee and Secretary of the Political and Legal Committee, served concurrently.

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