(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) 60 positive samples detected in Manzhouli, 2 related cases found in Tongliao

  China News Service, Beijing, November 29th. Comprehensive news: The National Health Commission of China notified on the 29th that 41 new confirmed cases were confirmed in mainland China on the 28th, including 20 imported from abroad and 21 local cases (20 in Inner Mongolia and 1 in Yunnan) ).

There were 22 new cases of asymptomatic infection, of which 18 were imported from abroad and 4 were imported from China (2 in Yunnan, 1 in Inner Mongolia, and 1 in Heilongjiang).

On November 28, people lined up in Manzhouli City for nucleic acid testing.

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  As of 24:00 on the 28th, there were 787 confirmed cases in mainland China, a total of 4,636 deaths, and a total of 98,672 confirmed cases were reported.

There are currently 405 confirmed cases of imported overseas, and a total of 10,151 cases have been confirmed, with no deaths.

  Mainland China reappears in high-risk areas

  On the 28th, 21 new local confirmed cases in Mainland China reached double digits again after the daily increase in local confirmed cases remained in single digits for 12 consecutive days.

On the same day, 20 newly imported confirmed cases from abroad continued to increase at a high level.

  With the surge of local cases in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, high-risk areas have reappeared in mainland China.

As of 11 o'clock on the 29th, there are 13 medium and high-risk regions in Mainland China.

One of the high-risk areas is Dongshan Street, Manzhouli City, Inner Mongolia.

There are 12 medium-risk regions, distributed in 4 provinces of Inner Mongolia (2), Liaoning (5), Shanghai (3), and Yunnan (2).

On November 28, people lined up in Manzhouli City for nucleic acid testing.

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  60 positive samples were detected in Manzhouli, 2 related cases were found in Tongliao

  In Manzhouli, Inner Mongolia, 20 new local confirmed cases were added on the 28th.

On the afternoon of the 29th, the city of Manzhouli made the latest report that there were 8 newly confirmed local cases in the city that day, of which 2 cases were asymptomatic infections.

  Manzhouli held a press conference on the 29th, stating that the city carried out the first round of large-scale nucleic acid testing at 8 am on the 28th.

As of 8 o'clock on the 29th, a total of 175,554 samples were collected, and 60 positive samples were detected.

At present, Manzhouli City has completely suspended flights and operations, and traffic control has been implemented at all checkpoints in and out of the city. The city has closed control and control. The city's second full-time nucleic acid test is being carried out in an orderly manner.

  Tongliao City of Inner Mongolia notified on the 29th that the city received the report on the 28th that a close contact of the confirmed case in Manzhouli City lived in Kongjia Village, Qianjiadian Town, Horqin District.

On the 29th, after nucleic acid testing of the close contact and its daughters and expert consultation, it was determined that 1 case was a confirmed case and 1 case was an asymptomatic infection.

  Tongliao City, based on the activity trajectory of positive testers, established 1 closed control area and 4 control areas in Horqin District, and adjusted Kongjia Village, Qianjiadian Town, Horqin District, to a medium-risk area.

The picture shows people undergoing nucleic acid testing in Manzhouli City on November 28.

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  Dalian achieves "zero new addition" and "zero spillover" Shanghai fully resumes outpatient and emergency medical services

  There were no new local confirmed cases and asymptomatic infections in Dalian on the 28th. This is the second time that Dalian has achieved zero new local cases in this round of the epidemic following November 24.

  Dalian officials stated on the 29th that Dalian has not only achieved “zero new additions”, but also “zero spillovers”, “zero deaths” and “zero infections in hospitals”. Important progress has been made in this round of epidemic prevention and control.

  Since Shanghai reported 3 local confirmed cases on the 25th, there have been zero new local confirmed cases for 3 consecutive days.

At 9 a.m. on the 29th, the medical institutions involved in closed-loop management in Shanghai during this round of the epidemic have all ended closed-loop management, and outpatient and emergency medical services have been fully restored.

  According to the Zhejiang Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus in the two asymptomatic infections in Hangzhou was a delta mutant. The virus sequence is highly homologous to the Shanghai case, and it is the same transmission chain. The source of infection was exposure to overseas imports in other provinces and cities. Virus contaminated environment.

Judging from the investigations of the Shanghai, Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces (cities) involved in the current epidemic, the epidemic has not caused further spread.

  Heilongjiang reappears the “yellow code” of all local infected persons in Nehe City after 12 consecutive days of zero new additions

  In Qiqiharnehe City, Heilongjiang Province, a new case of asymptomatic local infection was reported on the 28th (notified on the 28th). This is also the case of a local infection again after 12 consecutive days of zero new infections in Heilongjiang Province.

The case had visited relatives in Manzhouli City from November 16th to 23rd, attending the wedding of relatives.

  Qiqihar City held a press conference on the 29th, stating that after the infected person was found in the screening of Nehe City, the emergency response mechanism was activated as soon as possible, the emergency response was fully entered, and the flow investigation was carried out.

As of 8 o'clock on the 29th, a total of 62 people were in close contact and 127 people were in close contact. All of the above-mentioned people were quarantined. The first nucleic acid test results were all negative.

  As of 16:00 on the 28th, Nehe City has completed the first nucleic acid test for all employees in the city, with a total of nearly 280,000 samples and tests, all of which were negative.

  At present, the entire Nehe area is under closed management and control, and all unnecessary flows that are not epidemic prevention and livelihood security are stopped.

Except for the limited time and current business of the essential life business, all other business formats will be temporarily suspended.

At the same time, in order to effectively control the spillover of the epidemic and the movement of people, the health codes of the existing personnel in the Nehe City area have been given yellow codes.