(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) Tibet Official Announcement: Sufficient Anti-epidemic Materials Lhasa Express, Logistics, and Takeaways are operating normally

  China News Service, Lhasa, August 13 (Reporter Jiang Feibo) On August 12, the official Tibet Autonomous Region held the fourth press conference on the prevention and control of the new crown pneumonia epidemic.

A reporter from Chinanews.com learned that at present, Tibet's epidemic prevention materials are adequately guaranteed, which can meet the 20-day demand for key epidemic prevention materials for the resident population and front-line prevention and control personnel in the region.

Lhasa City has made every effort to ensure that people seek medical care and living materials, and express delivery, logistics, and takeaways are operating normally.

  According to Wang Shoubi, a first-level inspector of the Health and Health Commission of the Tibet Autonomous Region, as of 12:00 on August 12, there have been 20 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia and 127 asymptomatic infections in the region.

There are 26 high-risk areas and 67 medium-risk areas.

From the 12th, Lhasa citizens will not go out, visit or gather without special urgent matters.

The picture shows the street in Lhasa that day as if pressing the "pause button".

Photo by Jiang Feibo

  She said that as of 24:00 on August 11, a total of 2,417 people in close contact and sub-close contact have been screened in Tibet, and key risk groups have implemented isolation control measures in accordance with the full-chain closed-loop management of "stable control-screening-transportation-isolation".

  Guo Xiang, a member of the party group, deputy director and first-level inspector of the Economic and Information Technology Department of the Tibet Autonomous Region, said that at present, all anti-epidemic materials in Tibet are procured in accordance with the law, which can ensure the quality and safety of anti-epidemic materials.

The picture shows that on August 12, in a community in Lhasa, the staff helped the Tibetan elderly to carry out nucleic acid testing.

Photo by Jiang Feibo

  Guo Xiang added that Tibet is currently stocked in 3 ways according to the resident population and front-line prevention and control personnel’s 20-day consumption of key protective materials, existing material inventory, recent purchases, and corporate live reserves: 70 million medical surgical masks. , 2 million medical protective masks (N95), 2 million sets of protective clothing, 500,000 protective masks, 500,000 pairs of goggles, 800,000 pairs of medical protective gloves, and 100,000 liters of various disinfection supplies such as alcohol and disinfectant. 6 million doses of nucleic acid detection reagents (calculated based on 1:10 mixed collection for large-scale nucleic acid testing of all staff and apheresis for special populations, 10 rounds of testing in 20 days).

  Chen Jing, Deputy Secretary of the Lhasa Municipal Party Committee and Executive Deputy Mayor, introduced that the current situation of Lhasa epidemic prevention and control is severe and complicated. Lhasa City will make every effort to ensure the medical needs of citizens and tourists, and will provide a total of more than 400 taxis at the standard of 2 taxis per grid. In terms of drug supply, citizens and tourists who have drug needs can purchase drugs on their own from various takeaway platforms.

On August 12, Lhasa citizens conducted nucleic acid tests in an orderly manner.

Photo by Jiang Feibo

  In terms of the guarantee of living materials, Lhasa has complete and sufficient reserves of daily necessities such as grain, oil, meat, eggs, milk, and vegetables (4,085 tons of meat, which can be guaranteed for 68 days, and 2,041 tons of vegetables, which can be guaranteed for 17 days).

12 material supply guarantee teams were established, which were directly distributed to 223 front-end support points.

  In addition, Lhasa express logistics takeaways are operating normally, and takeaways and couriers carry out delivery work under the premise of strictly implementing nucleic acid testing, normalized body temperature monitoring, and upgrading protection measures.