CCTV reporters learned from the Wuhan Municipal Health and Medical Commission: In order to resolutely curb the spread of pneumonia caused by new coronavirus infections, Wuhan has strengthened control over personnel entering and leaving Wuhan. The Wuhan tourism team does not go out in groups, and the public security traffic management department conducts random checks on private vehicles entering and leaving Wuhan to check whether the trunks carry live birds and wild animals.
Wuhan has strengthened the management of public places and public transportation. Since January 14, 35 infrared thermometers have been quickly installed at airports, railway stations, coach stations, and passenger terminals, and more than 300 handheld infrared thermometers have been equipped. All districts are gradually increasing their equipment; setting up temperature detection points and investigation points at “three stations and one field” to strengthen the temperature detection of passengers leaving the country; registering passengers with fever, issuing brochures and masks, and handling refunds or changes for free Sign procedures, guide referrals to medical institutions in the jurisdiction, and perform registration reports. On January 19, Wuhan again deployed the inspection and inspection work for outbound Han personnel. At the same time, “daily disinfection” and “per-shift ventilation” were strengthened for public transportation in the city.
Continue to increase the control of the South China Seafood Wholesale Market after the market closes, and control the market and its surrounding entrances and exits 24 hours. We will increase the investigation of agricultural (market) trade markets and various business establishments, conduct hygienic investigations and epidemiological investigations, conduct centralized isolation and treatment of discovered cases, and conduct medical observation of close contacts.
Go all out to treat patients. In accordance with the national, provincial and municipal joint designation of the treatment plan, centralized patients, resources, experts, and treatment. Three designated hospitals have set up 800 beds for the treatment of patients, and other medical institutions directly affiliated with patients will vacate 1200 beds for patient treatment in the near future.