Original title: “Nucleic acid testing thematic map” for normalized nucleic acid testing sampling points announced in many places for easy access
The picture shows the use of “nucleic acid detection thematic map” to query nucleic acid detection sampling points photo by Li Jian
China News Service, Beijing, May 7 (Li Jian and Zhang Su) In order to facilitate the public to carry out nucleic acid testing nearby, the normalized nucleic acid testing sampling points have been announced in many places. On the 7th, Xicheng District, Beijing announced the establishment of 263 free normalized nucleic acid testing sampling points in the region.
Beijing Dongcheng District, Changping District, Chaoyang District and other places have also announced relevant information, including the address, contact number and working hours of the sampling point.
In addition, He Jinkai, chief of the medical, political and medical management department of the Taiyuan Municipal Health and Health Commission, introduced at a press conference on the 7th the deployment of convenient nucleic acid sampling points for the normalized nucleic acid detection work in the city, saying that “about 2,000 convenient nucleic acid sampling sites are planned to be deployed in the 6 districts of the city. Nucleic acid sampling sites”. According to other media reports, Shanghai has set up 9,021 normalized nucleic acid sampling points, and each district is stepping up the deployment of “nucleic acid testing convenient sampling points” in accordance with the standard of “15-minute walk for nucleic acid service circles”.
How can we make it easier for the public to find nucleic acid testing sampling sites? Baidu Maps revealed that it has immediately updated and launched the “nucleic acid detection thematic map” according to the official information, and has worked closely with relevant departments.
In Beijing, they updated the maintenance page in real time based on the layout adjustment of each district. Citizens only need to search for the keyword “nucleic acid detection” on the homepage of the map APP, not only can they quickly query the nearest nucleic acid detection sampling point, but also information such as address and distance, and can navigate to it with “one-click” navigation.
The relevant person in charge reminded the public to wear a mask when going to the normalized nucleic acid detection sampling point, maintain a distance, wait in an orderly line, and strengthen protection. (Finish)Return to Sohu, see more
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