Nigeria’s return flight tested positive or triggered a fuse mechanism.

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According to the Chengdu Health And Health Commission website published the “new coronavirus pneumonia epidemic in our city update (published on August 24)” news:

On August 23, the city added 3 confirmed cases of new coronary pneumonia imported from abroad, one of which was revised for those who had previously been asymptomatic. 8 new asymptomatic infections were imported from abroad.

Xiao noted that two of the confirmed cases and seven cases of asymptomatic infection came from a flight from Nigeria to Chengdu on 22 August.

In accordance with the Civil Aviation Authority’s fuse policy, the number of passengers who tested positive reached five, suspended the airline’s routes for one week, and 10 suspended for four weeks. Hope that the recent return of personnel before boarding a good nucleic acid testing, aircraft to do a good job of personal protection measures.

Among the undocumented infected, a number of August 17, 2020 in the local test for the new coronary virus nucleic acid, the results are negative, August 21 by charter flight home, arrived in Chengdu on the 22nd test results positive!

Nigeria's return flight tested positive or triggered a fuse mechanism.

Airlines on the same route flights, after entering the nucleic acid test results of the number of passengers for 3 consecutive weeks zero, can be increased by 1 flight per week, up to a maximum of 2 flights per week;

If the number of passengers who test positive for nucleic acid after entry reaches five, the company’s route will be suspended for one week and, if it reaches 10, the company’s route will be suspended for four weeks.

The volume of “melted” flights may not be adjusted for other routes. Airlines will not be allowed to resume scheduled flights once a week until the “meltdown” period is over.

2 newly reported confirmed cases of overseas imports:

Patient 1: Li, male, 37 years old, Xianyang, Shaanxi. He will work in Nigeria in September 2019. On 18 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation. On 23 August, due to the new coronary virus nucleic acid test positive, chest CT test results abnormal, diagnosed as a confirmed case, has been transferred to the designated hospital isolation treatment.

Patient 2: Zhu, male, 48 years old, Tai’an, Shandong. He will work in Nigeria in December 2018. On 18 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation. On 23 August, due to the new coronary virus nucleic acid test positive, chest CT test results abnormal, diagnosed as a confirmed case, has been transferred to the designated hospital isolation treatment.

A new report of 8 asymptomatic infections imported from abroad.

Asymptomatic infection 1: Duan a certain, male, 38 years old, Linyi people in Shandong Province. He will work in Nigeria in January 2018. On 17 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation. On 23 August, a person diagnosed as asymptomatically infected after testing positive for new coronary viral nucleic acid has been transferred to a designated hospital for isolation treatment.

Asymptomatic infection 2: Geng, male, 51 years old, from Cebu, Anhui Province. He will work in Nigeria in June 2019. On 14 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation. On 23 August, a person diagnosed as asymptomatically infected after testing positive for new coronary viral nucleic acid has been transferred to a designated hospital for isolation treatment.

Asymptomatic infection 3: He, male, 47 years old, Yueyang, Hunan. He will work in Nigeria in March 2019. On 17 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation. On 23 August, a person diagnosed as asymptomatically infected after testing positive for new coronary viral nucleic acid has been transferred to a designated hospital for isolation treatment.

Asymptomatic infection 4: Li, male, 43 years old, Tai’an, Shandong. He will work in Nigeria in October 2019. On 17 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation. On 23 August, a person diagnosed as asymptomatically infected after testing positive for new coronary viral nucleic acid has been transferred to a designated hospital for isolation treatment.

Asymptomatic infection 5: Liu, male, 34 years old, Jinan, Shandong Province. He will work in Nigeria in November 2019. On 17 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation. On 23 August, a person diagnosed as asymptomatically infected after testing positive for new coronary viral nucleic acid has been transferred to a designated hospital for isolation treatment.

Asymptomatic infection 6: Liu, male, 52 years old, From Luzhou, Sichuan Province. Work in Nigeria in April 2019. On 17 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation.

On 23 August, a person diagnosed as asymptomatically infected after testing positive for new coronary viral nucleic acid has been transferred to a designated hospital for isolation treatment.

Asymptomatic infection 7: Pan a certain, male, 42 years old, Chongqing Wanzhou people. He will work in Nigeria in October 2019. On 15 August 2020, a new crown virus nucleic acid test was tested locally and the results were negative. Flight P47810 took off from Lagos, Nigeria, on 21 August and arrived in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on 22 August. At the time of entry, the temperature was normal and there were no abnormal symptoms, and the sample was sent to the centralized isolation point for medical observation. On 23 August, a person diagnosed as asymptomatically infected after testing positive for new coronary viral nucleic acid has been transferred to a designated hospital for isolation treatment.

All confirmed cases and asymptomatic infections are transferred by centralized isolation vehicle to a designated treatment facility, with no place to stay in the city. The transport vehicle and the isolation point room where the patient stayed have been finally disinfected. All passengers on the same plane were placed under centralized isolation medical observation, and the nucleic acid test results were negative.

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