China News Service, March 30th. According to the official Weibo news of the Inner Mongolia Health and Medical Commission, as of 24:00 on March 29, 2020, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region had no new confirmed cases of local new coronary pneumonia for 40 consecutive days and no new local new coronary pneumonia was suspected Case. From March 29, 2020 to 7:00 on the 30th, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region reported 2 new confirmed cases of newly imported neocoronary pneumonia and 7 suspected cases.
Among them, 2 patients who were diverted from the Capital International Airport CA934 (Paris-Beijing) flight to Hohhot Baita International Airport on March 24 and March 26 were investigated in accordance with the relevant requirements for the prevention and control of new crown pneumonia of immigrants. Experts from the autonomous region and Hohhot consulted and diagnosed as confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia.
Six patients who were diverted from Capital International Airport CA938 (London-Beijing) to Hohhot Baita International Airport on March 29, and one patient who arrived in Hohhot via LG326 (Australia-Hohhot) flight on March 23, Relevant requirements for the prevention and control of new crown pneumonia of immigrants were investigated, and they were diagnosed as suspected cases of new crown pneumonia after consultation with experts from the autonomous region and Hohhot.
As of 7:00 on March 30, 2020, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region has reported a total of 22 confirmed cases and 23 suspected cases of imported neocoronary pneumonia abroad.
The above patients were treated in isolation at designated hospitals, and all close contacts were centrally isolated for medical observation at designated sites in Hohhot and implemented closed-loop management throughout the process.
The Party Committee and the government of the autonomous region attach great importance to the prevention and control of epidemic situation in Hohhot, and strictly implement various prevention and control measures in strict accordance with relevant national requirements.