The source of the new COVID-19 case in Shenzhen is not yet clear

2022-04-21 0 By

Shenzhen, January 31 (Li Shen) According to the Shenzhen Municipal Health Commission, a confirmed case of COVID-19 was found in Shenzhen on January 31.The case lived in Dongguan and worked in Shenzhen.Case 1: Female, 45 years old, dental mold designer of a company in Shiyan Street, Baoan District, Shenzhen city, and living in Baoli Baihe Garden, Fenggang Town, Dongguan City.On the evening of January 30, when she visited the fever clinic of South China Hospital affiliated to Shenzhen University, the nucleic acid sample was tested positive in the initial screening. On January 31, the nucleic acid sample was also tested positive by the Shenzhen CDC.The case has been transferred to the Emergency Ward of Shenzhen Third People’s Hospital for isolation and treatment, and has been diagnosed as a confirmed COVID-19 case (mild) in stable condition.The source of the outbreak is not clear yet, and further investigation is needed based on epidemiological investigation and genetic sequencing results.According to the preliminary investigation, the case mainly drove to and from work. Recently, his main activities in Shenzhen were as follows: Tianhong Shopping Mall (Pinghu Store), Pinghu Street, Longgang District, Fever Clinic of Huanan Hospital affiliated to Shenzhen University, And Meiguanda Dental Technology Co., LTD., Shiyan Street, Baoan District.Relevant departments in Shenzhen and the district are fully tracing the activity track and contact information of the source cases within 14 days, and all the close contacts and sub-close contacts tracked have been controlled as required.The close contacts and sub-close contacts outside the city have been immediately sent a letter of assistance.The work place and residence of the case have been controlled, and nucleic acid sampling and terminal disinfection have been carried out at key places where the case has been active.As the activity track of the case involved Huanan Hospital affiliated to Shenzhen University, on the morning of January 31, according to the emergency response requirements of epidemic prevention and control, the hospital cooperated with relevant urban departments to suspend outpatient and emergency medical services, carry out emergency response, and implement prevention and control measures such as personnel and environmental screening.Normal medical services will be resumed as soon as the assistance work is completed.