How to prevent and control the epidemic in the farmers market, the city will have unified regulations.

The "Environmental Hygiene Management Regulations for Farmers Markets (Draft for Comment)" was recently published on the website of the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Market Supervision for public comments.

In particular, the regulations put forward a series of epidemic prevention and control requirements for farmers' markets. For example, there should be a special person to measure temperature and check health information when entering the door. The goods in the epidemic area should be tested for nucleic acid and disinfected. Clean and disinfect.

  In terms of environmental sanitation, the standard consultation draft proposes that farmers' markets should have full-time or part-time personnel responsible for environmental sanitation and infectious disease prevention, and that incoming goods should have complete traceability information records in the process of procurement, transportation, and sales.

  How are farmers markets cleaned and sanitized?

The draft specification for comments proposes that each booth should be cleaned and swept after the daily operation.

If the sale of aquatic products requires on-site slaughtering, a special slaughtering area should be set up in the booth.

The areas, facilities and equipment involved in the trading of aquatic products and fresh meat shall be washed and cleaned every day, no sewage is stored, kept clean and fully dried.

Cleaning supplies should be dedicated to the special area according to the market layout, and cross-contamination should not be caused.

The operating table, chopping board, various cutting tools and containers used for fresh meat, aquatic products, cooked food and soy products should be cleaned and disinfected in accordance with food hygiene requirements, and physical disinfection should be used for disinfection.

  The farmers market also specifically put forward requirements for epidemic prevention during the epidemic.

For example, during the epidemic of respiratory and intestinal infectious diseases, the entrance and exit of the market must be managed by special personnel. At the entrance, special personnel should be responsible for implementing epidemic prevention and control measures such as measuring body temperature, checking health information, and prompting to wear masks. If abnormalities are found, relevant personnel and vehicles should be rejected. Enter the market; set up decontamination stations for cleaning and disinfection of freight vehicles and disinfection of outer packaging of goods.

Sufficient anti-epidemic materials should be provided, and at least one isolation observation room should be set up in the market for temporarily waiting and resting for those involved in the epidemic.

  In terms of product epidemic prevention management, for goods involving respiratory and intestinal infectious disease outbreaks, personnel control, nucleic acid testing, environment and product packaging and disinfection should be implemented in accordance with epidemic prevention and control requirements during transportation, handling, storage, and sales. measure.

  In accordance with the requirements of epidemic prevention and control, nucleic acid testing should be carried out on a regular basis for employees and business environments.

  The farmers market should formulate a regular market closure system, conduct nucleic acid testing and thorough cleaning and disinfection of the venue environment; key disinfection parts in the sales area and office area should be cleaned and disinfected daily.

Reasonably increase the frequency of disinfection according to the actual situation, such as parts that are in contact with many people, sewage sewers, toilets, and utensils; public toilets should be cleaned and disinfected every day, and hand sanitizers should be replenished in time after use.

  When testing environmental nucleic acid samples during the epidemic, farmers' markets should conduct self-inspection on environmental nucleic acid samples in accordance with the requirements for the prevention and control of respiratory infectious diseases, and entrust professional institutions to test the samples.

During self-examination, samples should be taken from areas that are frequently in contact with human bodies, especially areas that are easily contaminated by respiratory droplets, excrement, vomit, and other items or areas that may be contaminated by viruses.