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Quanzhou Railway Station: There are not many passengers entering and leaving the station, and the epidemic prevention measures are not relaxed-News and Current Affairs- Southeast Net Quanzhou Channel

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Quanzhou Railway Station: There are not many passengers entering and leaving the station, and the epidemic prevention measures are not relaxed-News and Current Affairs- Southeast Net Quanzhou Channel

Quanzhou Railway Station: There are not many passengers entering and leaving the station, and the epidemic prevention measures are not relaxed

Staff guide passengers into the station

The reporter learned from Quanzhou Railway Station yesterday that there are only 40 or 50 passenger trains stopping at the station recently, and about 230 at the peak. Recently, only 300 or 400 passengers have been sent and 400 to 500 passengers have arrived. Although there are not many tourists, the epidemic prevention measures at the station have not been relaxed at all.

At around 11 am yesterday, the reporter saw at the entrance of Quanzhou bullet train station that there were very few passengers on the scene, and the huge departure floor seemed a little deserted. Seeing that a passenger was about to enter the station, the staff member Suo Junning stepped forward to say hello: “Hello, please show the nucleic acid test report and health code.” Suo Junning was wearing protective clothing, masks, goggles, and rubber on both hands. Gloves. After checking the passenger’s nucleic acid test report and health code, he guided the passenger to place the ID card on the intelligent anti-epidemic ticket gate, and then asked the passenger to swipe their face. According to Suo Junning, he started work at about 6:50 that morning, and as of about 11:00, there were 500 or 600 passengers entering the station, and “these two days have picked up.” According to the requirements, passengers can enter the station only with a 48-hour negative nucleic acid test report and a green health code. For those who do not meet the requirements, they can only persuade them to return. “This is for the needs of epidemic prevention and control, and for the safety of passengers themselves. They all expressed their understanding and cooperation.”

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At the exit, the reporter also saw several well-armed “big whites” standing beside the intelligent epidemic prevention ticket gate. A “big white” said: “For passengers with nucleic acid test report more than 48 hours or yellow code, we will let them go to the sampling point next to them for nucleic acid sampling and antigen testing. Yellow code passengers will notify their territories, while red code passengers need to take Quarantine.” Next to the exit, there is a nucleic acid sampling point, and staff are busy collecting nucleic acids for passengers.

The relevant person in charge of Quanzhou Railway Station introduced that the station strictly implements measures such as ventilation, sanitation and cleaning, and daily disinfection. Cleaning personnel strengthen the disinfection of public areas such as waiting rooms and toilets, and increase the frequency of disinfection on surfaces that are frequently touched by personnel. Do a good job in wiping and disinfecting key parts such as security checkers, entry gates, handrails, door handles, sinks, water valves, and switches. Strengthen the handover and sanitation management of trains to and from medium and high-risk areas, further strengthen measures such as disinfection and cleaning, and maintain a safe, clean and hygienic environment. (Quanzhou Evening News reporter Wu Zhiming / photo)

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