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Notice on Further Strengthening the Epidemic Prevention and Control Measures (No. 17)Guangzhou COVID-19 Prevention and Control Headquarters
In order to stop the spread of the epidemic and protect the health of the public, we will strengthen implement the following measures:
1. Tougher travel restrictions. By adopting differentiated measures for different levels of lockdowns, we will ensure that people in high-risk areas and lockdown areas stay in their homes; in areas under restrictive measures, people can only go in but not go out; the general public should not leave Guangzhou or Guangdong Province for non-essential reasons. Those who really need to leave Guangzhou or leave the province must have a certificate of negative test results from within the last 48 hours (this policy will take effect from 12:00 on June 7). CPC members and government agencies at all levels, enterprises, institutions, schools and travel agencies should take the lead in implementing the requirements of not leaving Guangzhou or the province for non-essential reasons.
2. Tougher traffic control. Highways, railways, airports, ports should divert the flow of people to avoid crowds, and carefully check passenger information; buses, taxis, and car-hailing services operators must ask passengers to wear masks, ensure ventilation and disinfection; personal protections for workers onboard should be strengthened; measures such as body temperature check, health code check must be implemented; passengers with red or yellow code must be prohibited from boarding public transportation.
3. Stricter quarantine measures. Personnel going through quarantine in designated places, at homes, and people living in areas under restrictive measures shall strictly abide by control requirements: they shall conduct health monitoring, and not go out without authorization. Anyone who violates relevant regulations and causes the risk of spreading the disease will be investigated for legal responsibility in accordance with the law.4. Better information updates. In the past 14 days, those who have travelled to medium-and-high-risk areas, lockdown areas or to the areas under restrictive measures should report to their community as soon as possible and provide health information and travel history. They should cooperate to take nucleic acid tests, and go through health monitoring. Those with yellow codes should immediately take nucleic acid test on the same day and report the test results. The information provided must be true and credible, otherwise corresponding legal responsibilities shall be borne for concealing and reporting false information.
5. Tougher nucleic acid testing. Citizens are requested to cooperate with massive nucleic acid tests to ensure that no one is missed, observe the order of the inoculation sites, and wear masks and keep a distance of more than one meter.
6. Tougher control for dine-in services. Citizens are requested to follow the measures for prohibiting and restricting dine-in services and reduce gatherings. Citizens are encouraged to pick up food at restaurants and order take-outs; canteens (including government agencies, institutions, schools, factories, construction sites, businesses) should implement measures such as checking temperatures, dining at different time slots, setting up dividers at tables.
7. Tougher control on gatherings. Meetings, training sessions, and events should be conducted online as much as possible. Offline large-scale events should be reduced. If an event must be held, the scale should be reduced, the number of people controlled, and epidemic prevention and control measures should be implemented in accordance with the principle of "whoever holds the event takes full responsibility."
8. Tougher control in public places. The management and control measures for public places in the medium-and-high-risk areas and lockdown areas shall be implemented in accordance with the Annex 2 and Annex 3 of No. 15 Notice. The indoor public venues shall ask visitors to make appointments, conduct peak shift, check temperatures, display health code, wear masks before entry. Entertainment venues should be temporarily closed.
9. Greater personal protection. Citizens are strongly encouraged to follow good habits such as wearing masks, washing hands, cleaning homes, and using serving chopsticks. Cook food thoroughly, cover when coughing and sneezing, keep ventilation at indoors, reduce gatherings, and maintain a social distance of more than one meter. Citizens shall conduct self-health monitoring every day. When you experience symptoms such as fever, dry cough, fatigue, sore throat, decreased sense of smell (taste), diarrhea, report your conditions through the Yuekang code or Suikang code. Make sure you step up protective measures such as wearing masks and avoiding public transportation, and you should immediately go to the nearest medical institution with fever clinic (office), and truthfully inform your epidemiological history.
The above prevention and control measures are periodically adjusted based on the epidemic risk assessments. This notice will take effect once it is issued.
Guangzhou COVID-19 Prevention and Control HeadquartersJune 6, 2021
Guangzhous COVID-19 Update on the Numbers
Guangzhou Municipal Health Commission reported that there were 6 newly confirmed local Covid-19 cases (1 was previously reported as asymptomatic cases), 1 imported case, and 8 patients were discharged from the hospital after recovering from the disease in Guangzhou from 0:00 to 24:00 on June 5, 2021.
As of 24:00 June 5, 2021, there are a total of 845 confirmed imported cases and 457 confirmed domestic cases (including imported related cases). A total of 1,198 patients have recovered and been discharged from hospital, and 1 patient died from the disease. Total Covid-19 hospitalizations are at 103.
From 0:00 to 24:00 June 5, 2021, seven new asymptomatic cases were added, including three local cases and four imported cases.
Travel history of those who earlier tested positive for Covid-19.
Nansha District: Jia'an Garden, Binhai New City in Yuexiu District, Tongzhen Kindergarten, Hunan Dawancai in Wanqingsha Town, Tianhui Department Store on Zhujiang East Road, Jiayuan Convenience Store on Haijing Road, Mandoke in Zhongjing Third Street, Indonesian-style Shahaodie Barbecue Store, Ladao on Pearl River East Second Road, Yingfeng Chess Store Zhujiang West First Road, Shaxian Snacks on Zhujiang First Road, Tianli Tangbao on Zhujiang Middle RoadTianhe District: Dongjiang Fishing Village, Tangde South Road
As of now, a total of 85 close contacts have been traced and quarantined in accordance with regulations. Their residential areas and the places they had visited have been disinfected.


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Notice on Further Strengthening the Epidemic Prevention and Control Measures (No. 17)Guangzhou COVID-19 Prevention and Control Headquarters
In order to stop the spread of the epidemic and protect the health of the public, we will strengthen implement the following measures:
1. Tougher travel restrictions. By adopting differentiated measures for different levels of lockdowns, we will ensure that people in high-risk areas and lockdown areas stay in their homes; in areas under restrictive measures, people can only go in but not go out; the general public should not leave Guangzhou or Guangdong Province for non-essential reasons. Those who really need to leave Guangzhou or leave the province must have a certificate of negative test results from within the last 48 hours (this policy will take effect from 12:00 on June 7). CPC members and government agencies at all levels, enterprises, institutions, schools and travel agencies should take the lead in implementing the requirements of not leaving Guangzhou or the province for non-essential reasons.
2. Tougher traffic control. Highways, railways, airports, ports should divert the flow of people to avoid crowds, and carefully check passenger information; buses, taxis, and car-hailing services operators must ask passengers to wear masks, ensure ventilation and disinfection; personal protections for workers onboard should be strengthened; measures such as body temperature check, health code check must be implemented; passengers with red or yellow code must be prohibited from boarding public transportation.
3. Stricter quarantine measures. Personnel going through quarantine in designated places, at homes, and people living in areas under restrictive measures shall strictly abide by control requirements: they shall conduct health monitoring, and not go out without authorization. Anyone who violates relevant regulations and causes the risk of spreading the disease will be investigated for legal responsibility in accordance with the law.4. Better information updates. In the past 14 days, those who have travelled to medium-and-high-risk areas, lockdown areas or to the areas under restrictive measures should report to their community as soon as possible and provide health information and travel history. They should cooperate to take nucleic acid tests, and go through health monitoring. Those with yellow codes should immediately take nucleic acid test on the same day and report the test results. The information provided must be true and credible, otherwise corresponding legal responsibilities shall be borne for concealing and reporting false information.
5. Tougher nucleic acid testing. Citizens are requested to cooperate with massive nucleic acid tests to ensure that no one is missed, observe the order of the inoculation sites, and wear masks and keep a distance of more than one meter.
6. Tougher control for dine-in services. Citizens are requested to follow the measures for prohibiting and restricting dine-in services and reduce gatherings. Citizens are encouraged to pick up food at restaurants and order take-outs; canteens (including government agencies, institutions, schools, factories, construction sites, businesses) should implement measures such as checking temperatures, dining at different time slots, setting up dividers at tables.
7. Tougher control on gatherings. Meetings, training sessions, and events should be conducted online as much as possible. Offline large-scale events should be reduced. If an event must be held, the scale should be reduced, the number of people controlled, and epidemic prevention and control measures should be implemented in accordance with the principle of "whoever holds the event takes full responsibility."
8. Tougher control in public places. The management and control measures for public places in the medium-and-high-risk areas and lockdown areas shall be implemented in accordance with the Annex 2 and Annex 3 of No. 15 Notice. The indoor public venues shall ask visitors to make appointments, conduct peak shift, check temperatures, display health code, wear masks before entry. Entertainment venues should be temporarily closed.
9. Greater personal protection. Citizens are strongly encouraged to follow good habits such as wearing masks, washing hands, cleaning homes, and using serving chopsticks. Cook food thoroughly, cover when coughing and sneezing, keep ventilation at indoors, reduce gatherings, and maintain a social distance of more than one meter. Citizens shall conduct self-health monitoring every day. When you experience symptoms such as fever, dry cough, fatigue, sore throat, decreased sense of smell (taste), diarrhea, report your conditions through the Yuekang code or Suikang code. Make sure you step up protective measures such as wearing masks and avoiding public transportation, and you should immediately go to the nearest medical institution with fever clinic (office), and truthfully inform your epidemiological history.
The above prevention and control measures are periodically adjusted based on the epidemic risk assessments. This notice will take effect once it is issued.
Guangzhou COVID-19 Prevention and Control HeadquartersJune 6, 2021
Guangzhous COVID-19 Update on the Numbers
Guangzhou Municipal Health Commission reported that there were 6 newly confirmed local Covid-19 cases (1 was previously reported as asymptomatic cases), 1 imported case, and 8 patients were discharged from the hospital after recovering from the disease in Guangzhou from 0:00 to 24:00 on June 5, 2021.
As of 24:00 June 5, 2021, there are a total of 845 confirmed imported cases and 457 confirmed domestic cases (including imported related cases). A total of 1,198 patients have recovered and been discharged from hospital, and 1 patient died from the disease. Total Covid-19 hospitalizations are at 103.
From 0:00 to 24:00 June 5, 2021, seven new asymptomatic cases were added, including three local cases and four imported cases.
Travel history of those who earlier tested positive for Covid-19.
Nansha District: Jia'an Garden, Binhai New City in Yuexiu District, Tongzhen Kindergarten, Hunan Dawancai in Wanqingsha Town, Tianhui Department Store on Zhujiang East Road, Jiayuan Convenience Store on Haijing Road, Mandoke in Zhongjing Third Street, Indonesian-style Shahaodie Barbecue Store, Ladao on Pearl River East Second Road, Yingfeng Chess Store Zhujiang West First Road, Shaxian Snacks on Zhujiang First Road, Tianli Tangbao on Zhujiang Middle RoadTianhe District: Dongjiang Fishing Village, Tangde South Road
As of now, a total of 85 close contacts have been traced and quarantined in accordance with regulations. Their residential areas and the places they had visited have been disinfected.


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