Yili, Xinjiang: Some stranded persons leave the local government in an orderly manner to actively solve the living problems of stranded passengersFly into the homes of ordinary people
CCTV News:In terms of Xinjiang epidemic prevention and control, some people stranded in Ili from other provinces began to leave in an orderly manner yesterday (October 7).
According to requirements, as long as the two nucleic acid tests are normal within 48 hours, stranded passengers from other provinces who have no history of residence in Horgos City and the 62nd Regiment of the Fourth Division of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps within 14 days can leave Ili by plane or self-driving vehicle. According to the epidemic prevention and control department of Yili Prefecture, it is actively coordinating hotels, hotels and homestays to solve the living problems of stranded tourists. In the future, stranded tourists from outside the territory will be arranged to leave Ili in an orderly manner.
No highly homologous genome sequence found
The Health and Health Commission of Xinjiang Yili Prefecture notified that after 2 cases of asymptomatic infections reported in Horgos City on October 3, the new coronavirus gene sequencing analysis showed that the new coronavirus is 100% homologous and all belong to the Delta mutant strain. Comparing the genomes of these two new coronaviruses with recent domestic epidemics and imported cases, no highly homologous genome sequences were found. At present, Yili Prefecture has started the fourth round of nucleic acid testing for all employees.
Kekdala City: Need to further determine the possible source of infection
The Kekedala City Health Commission of the Fourth Division of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps reported that on October 6th, the 62 new cases of asymptomatic patients with new coronary pneumonia in the 62 Regiment of the Kekedala City had no history of residence in high-risk areas within 14 days. The 62 regiment is adjacent to Horgos City and has a large floating population. It is necessary to further determine the possible source of infection through epidemiological traceability investigation and viral gene sequencing.