[Concurrent] Zhao Cuicui, a staff member of the pharmacy in Meilis District, Qiqihar City

  Well, now it's a green code, you can go in and buy medicine.

  [Explanation] Shi Yuhua, an old man from the Daur ethnic area of ​​Meris, Qiqihar City, Heilongjiang Province, is 77 years old this year. She doesn't know how to use a smartphone, and it has been inconvenient to travel during the epidemic.

But recently, she received a special "QR code card" of her own, which solved the problem of "difficulty scanning the code".

  [Concurrent] Shi Yuhua, a resident of Meilis District, Qiqihar City

  It is convenient to have this code now. Before, I would not scan the code on my mobile phone. It is very convenient to have this code. It is very convenient for the elderly to use. The smart phone that my child bought for me, I would not scan the code.

It is convenient to have this now, how good it is to deal this card (card).

  [Explanation] Recently, the reporter learned from the Qiqihar municipal government that in order to solve the problem of scanning codes when the elderly and children do not have smartphones, the local area has connected with the public security department's epidemic prevention big data center. According to the name, address, contact number and ID number and other information, and use digital technology to generate QR codes for people without smartphones and issue cards.

  [Explanation] When entering a public place, citizens only need to show this QR code card, and the gatekeeper can scan the code for them through the reverse code scanning program on the mobile phone, and the itinerary data of the scanned person will also be uploaded in real time. The data center achieves the effect of safety, efficiency, convenience and accuracy, and also reduces the workload of the staff facing the citizens without smartphones.

  [Concurrent] Zhao Cuicui, a staff member of the pharmacy in Meilis District, Qiqihar City

  When the elderly came in to buy medicine, we carried out paper registration. Now with this code, it is very convenient for the elderly to come in to buy medicine, which improves our work efficiency and facilitates everyone.

  [Explanation] Such a small change not only facilitates the elderly and children without smartphones, but also greatly reduces the risk of contact transmission during registration.

In addition to daily travel, when personnel without smart phones go to the sampling point for nucleic acid collection, they also only need to show their personal QR code, and the medical staff will scan the code using the code scanning program and upload it to the public security big data center to complete the nucleic acid. The registration work before collection reduces the workload of nucleic acid registration.

  [Explanation] It is understood that there are about 17,000 "one old and one small" groups in Meilis District, Qiqihar City, and 15,200 "QR code" information cards have been produced and distributed.

Among them, 7,900 sheets have been distributed to primary and middle school students. At the same time, the information on preschool children is under verification and statistics, and all will be distributed in early April.

  Sun Hanlun reported from Qiqihar, Heilongjiang

Responsible editor: [Liu Xian]