(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) The anti-epidemic rhythm of the Internet celebrity city Changsha: keep the unique fireworks

  China News Service, Changsha, March 31 (Reporter Liu Shuangshuang and Lu Yi) In the past few days, due to a new round of epidemics, Changsha's popular tourist attractions such as Yuelu Academy, Orange Island Scenic Spot, and Hunan Provincial Museum have been temporarily closed. Do not start a precise anti-epidemic rhythm in a slowed down rhythm.

  In the past, a young clerk of a local specialty snack bar on the Huangxing Road Pedestrian Street in Changsha, where the Internet celebrity checked in, told reporters that although the number of customers has been less than one-tenth in the past, as long as the policy allows, the boss will insist on operating.

"Changsha's food can't be without stinky tofu, sugar and oil cakes, and gourmet shops are all over the streets of Changsha. This is the unique firework atmosphere of Changsha, and we must keep it."

  Reporters shuttled through the pedestrian street, and each store strictly followed the epidemic prevention regulations and required customers to scan the code to enter the venue.

The epidemic prevention radio on the street repeatedly broadcasts "do health monitoring, maintain distance, and wear masks".

A number of online celebrity milk tea shops "Tea Yanyuese" built adjacent to each other have been suspended.

  Tasting a cup of "tea with a pleasant color" was once a must-check item for young people who came to Changsha to travel.

According to Liu Qiaofang, the public relations officer of Chayan Yuese, they open and close stores flexibly according to government policies to ensure the safety of the stores.

Even at home due to the epidemic, Changsha citizens can order a cup of hot takeaway milk tea to satisfy their cravings; at the same time, the company has developed a variety of classic milk tea categories that can be DIYed, and consumers from other places can place orders through e-commerce platforms and meet Changsha's "cloud" .

The youth party members of the Hunan Provincial Taxation Bureau took the initiative to participate in the volunteer work of nucleic acid testing for all staff in Yuhua District, and guided community residents to scan the code for testing.

Photo by Luo Shun'ai

  Huangxing Plaza, the core business district of Changsha, which is a bit deserted with fewer people, has attracted attention from the outside world because of the enthusiastic actions of the "post-90s" homestay owner Jiang Mei.

She "donated" a homestay room for free to serve as a temporary dormitory for epidemic prevention workers.

Clean and tidy bedding, warm tea, and a comfortable environment allow the busy all-night epidemic prevention staff to relieve the fatigue of the day.

"I believe that with the concerted efforts of everyone, the epidemic will soon pass."

  Such stories of helping each other are staged every day in Changsha.

On March 26, the trajectory of a confirmed case in Changsha involved Yali Middle School. More than 1,000 teachers and students were arranged to be quarantined in hotels that day.

While waiting for the transfer to quarantine, the students were calm and orderly; on the bus to the quarantine hotel, they sang the school song and cheered; the teacher who accompanied the quarantine received pink cherry blossoms that were picked by the students...

  In the past few days, Changsha volunteers have entered the sealed and controlled areas and carried out checkpoint inspections, temperature measurement and code verification, and the distribution of living materials. Various activities and telephone consultations are used to help children who are taking online classes at home and studying at school to adjust their psychology; enterprises and catering owners spontaneously send loving meals to volunteers for epidemic prevention and control without leaving their names; they do nucleic acid for those who are inconvenient to go out. , Neighborhood trusteeship to take care of children... has become a conscious tacit understanding under the city's epidemic prevention and control.