China News Service, Xi'an, April 16 (Yang Yingqi and Zhang Yichen) "From the famous historical general Huo Qubing to Wei Qing, with the 'Dahan Tiantuan' successively 'on-line', I hope the epidemic will pass as soon as possible." On the 16th, after the nucleic acid test was completed People in Xi'an have "checked in" on social platforms and posted the sticker "Wei Xiaoqing" they received that day.

  As an important measure for epidemic prevention and control, multiple rounds of nucleic acid screening have been carried out successively in Xi'an.

From "Four Treasures of Qinling Mountains" to "Tang Xiaofei" and "Li Xiaobai", as a valid proof before the nucleic acid test results come out, the stickers that people receive after completing the nucleic acid test have become the city's new "Internet celebrities".

  "'Huo! I'm cured', yesterday's Huo Qubing sticker is exactly what I want right now." "Office worker" Liu Jing told reporters that compared with the original simple nucleic acid test certificate, the distinctive stickers have become her monotonous daily life. Special "rewards".

"This reminds me of the fun of collecting cards when I was a child. Standing in the nucleic acid testing team every day, I not only have a little more expectation for stickers, but also have more patience with the city's normalized epidemic prevention and control measures."

  The reporter learned that in addition to Xi'an, Shandong, Shenzhen, Suzhou and other places in China have appeared "exclusive" stickers as proof of the completion of nucleic acid testing.

For example, the local nucleic acid testing stickers in Shandong mainly feature ancient poems and syllables, while the nucleic acid testing stickers in Shenzhen include funny emojis, cartoon characters, etc.

On social platforms, the public has also turned on the fancy "sticker" mode.

  The first batch of nucleic acid detection stickers in Xi'an, "Four Treasures of Qinling Mountains", consists of images of giant pandas, golden monkeys, takins and crested ibis dressed in traditional Chinese costumes. They are also affectionately called "Four Treasures of Clearing Zero" by netizens.

The designer of the sticker, Jia Sihan, previously stated that the "Four Treasures of the Qinling Mountains" represent the history, culture and natural ecology of Shaanxi, and its design inspiration comes from Xi'an, the ancient capital where he lives.

  As the ancient capital of the thirteen dynasties, Xi'an, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Qin Shihuang, the Bell and Drum Tower, the Ming City Wall... many scenic spots and historical sites are famous at home and abroad.

The profound historical and cultural heritage inherited from "Zhou Qin Han Tang" has also become one of the reasons for the "out of the circle" of nucleic acid testing stickers in Xi'an.

  "From 'clearing the four treasures' to 'removing disease' generals, the small stickers entrusted our confidence in the 'war epidemic'." Zhu Yue, a "post-90s" born in Xi'an, decided to keep the stickers as souvenirs, she said that these The "Q-version" stickers rich in cultural heritage and humanistic feelings not only reduce the pressure on epidemic prevention and control, but also shorten the distance between people and cities.

  In order to consolidate the results of prevention and control and further reduce the risk of cross-infection, from 0:00 on the 16th to 24:00 on the 19th, Xi'an implemented 4-day temporary social control measures throughout the city.

The reporter saw on the streets of Xi'an that day, the traffic flow of some main roads has decreased, and supermarkets, retail pharmacies and other places are operating normally.

  Wang Xiaoyong, an expert from the Shaanxi Academy of Social Sciences, believes that nucleic acid detection stickers such as "Clearing the Four Treasures" and "Huo Qubing" not only increase people's cooperation with urban epidemic prevention work, but also give people positive and optimistic psychological hints through cultural symbolism.

"This not only leaves a mark on people's health, but also the temperature of a city leaves a mark on people's hearts." (End)