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Shanghai Epidemic Press Conference: 3 newly confirmed local cases are adjusted to medium-risk areas in three places|New Coronary Pneumonia|Shanghai_Sina News

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Original Title: Shanghai Epidemic Press Conference: Three Newly Confirmed Local Cases Adjusted to Medium-Risk Regions

The Office of the Municipal Leading Group for Prevention and Control of New Coronary Pneumonia Epidemic Prevention and Control Work decided to move the first phase of Xiangmei Garden, Lane 1650, Jinxiu Road, Huamu Street, Pudong New Area, Xiangzhangyuan Community, Lane 1080, Haiyang Road, Sanlin Town, Pudong New Area, and Zhaoxiang Township, Qingpu District Jinlu Community in the western suburbs of Lane 189, Wenlu is classified as a medium-risk area, and the risk level of other areas in Shanghai remains unchanged.

On November 25, Shanghai held the 107th press conference on epidemic prevention and control. Wu Jinglei, director of the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, Zuo Yimei, deputy head of Pudong New Area, Shanghai, and Zhang Wenhong, leader of the Shanghai New Coronary Pneumonia Clinical Treatment Expert Team, introduced The situation. The following are the main points of the conference:

  Three new confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia are currently in stable condition

As of 17:00 on November 25, Shanghai has newly confirmed 3 new cases of new coronary pneumonia. The municipal and district epidemic prevention and control emergency response mechanisms were immediately activated, and comprehensive epidemiological investigations, related personnel investigations, sampling and testing, and isolation control were carried out, and epidemic prevention measures such as terminal disinfection of relevant places and environments were implemented. At present, the three cases have been transferred to the Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center for isolation and treatment, and their condition is stable.

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The details of the case are as follows:

Case 1: Female, 34 years old, resident in Xiamen, Fujian, traveled from Xiamen to Beijing on November 12, and arrived in Shanghai from Beijing on the 15th, temporarily living in Xiangmei Garden, Jinxiu Road, Pudong New Area. On the morning of the 25th, the new coronavirus nucleic acid test result was positive, which was later reviewed by the municipal and district CDC. The municipal expert group combined clinical and imaging findings and laboratory nucleic acid test results to diagnose a confirmed case of new coronary pneumonia (common type). This case has been vaccinated with 2 doses of the new crown vaccine.

Case 2: Female, 32 years old, whose home address is Lane 1080, Haiyang Road, Pudong New Area. On the morning of the 25th, the new coronavirus nucleic acid test result was positive, which was later reviewed by the municipal and district CDC. The municipal expert group combined clinical and imaging findings and laboratory nucleic acid test results to diagnose a confirmed case of new coronary pneumonia (light type). This case has been vaccinated with 2 doses of the new crown vaccine.

Case 3: Female, 31 years old, home address is Lane 189, Yewen Road, Zhaoxiang Town, Qingpu District. As a close contact of Case 1 and Case 2, the nucleic acid screening result was abnormal on the 25th, and the result was positive after being reviewed by the city and district CDC. The municipal expert group combined clinical and imaging findings and laboratory nucleic acid test results to diagnose a confirmed case of new coronary pneumonia (light type). This case has been vaccinated with 2 doses of the new crown vaccine.

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The three confirmed cases were friends. They had visited Suzhou together on 19-21, and had a long history of close contact with each other, and there was a clear epidemiological connection.

  A total of 27 people in Shanghai have been investigated, and 16 people have been found to be negative.

As of 17:00 on November 25, a total of 27 close contacts in Shanghai have been investigated, and centralized isolation control has been implemented. Of these, 16 have a negative nucleic acid test result, and the rest are being tested.

A total of 103 people who have been closely connected in Shanghai have been investigated, and centralized isolation control has been implemented. Among them, 27 people have a negative nucleic acid test result, and the rest are being tested.

A total of 10,653 relevant screening personnel have been investigated, of which 5,628 have a negative nucleic acid test result, and the rest are being tested.

A total of 972 items and environmental samples from relevant places were investigated, of which 29 nucleic acid test results were positive (all environmental samples from the temporary residence of case 1), 513 were negative, and the rest are being tested.

  Three places adjusted to medium-risk areas

According to Wu Jinglei, in accordance with the relevant requirements of the State Council’s joint prevention and control mechanism, the Office of the Municipal Leading Group for Prevention and Control of New Coronary Pneumonia has decided to move the first phase of the Xiangmei Garden residential area at 1650 Jinxiu Road, Huamu Street, Pudong New District, and Haiyang Road, Sanlin Town, Pudong New District. The Xiangzhangyuan Community in Lane 1080 and the Jinlu Community in the western suburbs of Lane 189, Yewen Road, Zhaoxiang Town, Qingpu District are classified as medium-risk areas. The risk levels of other areas in Shanghai remain unchanged.

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Editor in charge: Liu Guangbo

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