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Guangzhous COVID-19 Update 
* Test results in 11 streets from 3 districts all came back negativeTianhe District reports that an international inbound traveler has tested positive for COVID-19. The patient was in his 4th day of at-home health monitoring after releasing from centralized quarantine. Top government officials at the provincial and municipal level coordinated efforts to immediately launched an emergency plan that includes epidemiological investigation, contact tracing, testing, control and management of key sites, and disinfection. We hereby notify the details of the case as follows:
* The update regarding the case is as follows:First, the patient has been transferred for centralized quarantine and treatment.The patient is a 24-year-old male, who studies overseas and lives in Linhe Street, Tianhe District, Guangzhou. On July 24, he took a flight from the United Kingdom and entered China from Baiyun International Airport, and was transferred to a designated hotel for centralized isolation and observation for 14 days. During the period, there was no abnormality in his tests and health monitoring. After releasing from the centralized quarantine on August 7, he was transferred back to his home in Linhe Street, Tianhe District for another 7 days of at-home health monitoring. His test result was negative on the 8th. On the evening of the 11th, he developed fever symptoms and the initial test was positive; after a second test on the 12th, he was transferred to the No.8 Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University for quarantine and treatment. He was diagnosed as imported case and is currently in stable condition.
Second, close and second degree contacts are under centralized health management.According to epidemiological investigations, 107 close contacts and 176 secondary close contacts have been initially screened. All of their PCR results are negative, and they are all under centralized quarantine.
Third, the key places are under control.We have identified 7 places that are either the residence or the venues the patient had been to. All of them are under lockdown and have been thoroughly disinfected. As of 22:00 on August 12, a total of 47 samples were taken from the environment of key places, including 10 samples from the patients home, and the results were all negative.
Fourth, expand the PCR testing.More PCR tests are carried out in 11 streets in three districts: Linhe Street and Shipai Street in Tianhe District; Hongqiao Street, Beijing Street, Liurong Street, Liuhua Street, Dongshan Street, Nonglin Street, Baiyun Street, Kuangquan Street in Yuexiu District; Tonghe Street in Baiyun District. As of today, 389,511 people have been tested and all the results are negative.
Fifth, we modified the policy for international inbound travelers.All international inbound travelers shall go through a "7-day home quarantine" instead of the original "7-day health monitoringafter they finish their hotel quarantine. The new policy will take effect immediately. Travelers must self-isolate during the 7-day period.
Sixth, the vaccination inoculation campaign.Vaccination is the most economical and effective way to fight the epidemic. We ask our citizens who meet the requirements to get vaccinated as soon as possible so that we can build a collective immune barrier.As of August 12, a total of 30.01 million doses of vaccine have been administered to 17.03 million people; 13.2 million people have completed their vaccination series, with a coverage rate of 70.7%. According to the provincial vaccine distribution plan, Guangzhou residents can make appointments for the inoculation of CHO cells vaccination in all districts, which is commonly referred to as a three-dose vaccine. Both CHO and Vero vaccine have good immunogenicity and are safe. People aged 18 and over who have not been vaccinated can be rest assured to take the shots.At the moment, there are 371 COVID-19 vaccination sites in the city. You can get vaccination through your company or schools, or make appointments through Guangzhou Jiankangtong, or go directly to the community health service center for vaccination.At present, there are multiple outbreaks of COVID-19 in the country, and summer travel peaks are could exacerbate the risk of spread. In addition, the pandemic continues to spread worldwide, increasing the pressure of our city to prevent inbound cases. If we lax our efforts, the COVID-19 situation may get out of our control. We must stay fully on alert.
A kind reminder: please continue to strengthen personal protection awareness, follow good practices such as wearing masks, washing hands frequently, keeping ventilation, using public chopsticks, and reducing gatherings. Keep self-health monitoring. When symptoms of discomfort occur, you should avoid taking public transportation, and immediately go to the nearest medical institution with a fever clinic (treatment rooms); truthfully inform your epidemiological history, and get tested.
Check the following chart for High-Medium risky areas:If not necessary, it's highly recommended not to travel in the following areas:


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Guangzhous COVID-19 Update 
* Test results in 11 streets from 3 districts all came back negativeTianhe District reports that an international inbound traveler has tested positive for COVID-19. The patient was in his 4th day of at-home health monitoring after releasing from centralized quarantine. Top government officials at the provincial and municipal level coordinated efforts to immediately launched an emergency plan that includes epidemiological investigation, contact tracing, testing, control and management of key sites, and disinfection. We hereby notify the details of the case as follows:
* The update regarding the case is as follows:First, the patient has been transferred for centralized quarantine and treatment.The patient is a 24-year-old male, who studies overseas and lives in Linhe Street, Tianhe District, Guangzhou. On July 24, he took a flight from the United Kingdom and entered China from Baiyun International Airport, and was transferred to a designated hotel for centralized isolation and observation for 14 days. During the period, there was no abnormality in his tests and health monitoring. After releasing from the centralized quarantine on August 7, he was transferred back to his home in Linhe Street, Tianhe District for another 7 days of at-home health monitoring. His test result was negative on the 8th. On the evening of the 11th, he developed fever symptoms and the initial test was positive; after a second test on the 12th, he was transferred to the No.8 Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University for quarantine and treatment. He was diagnosed as imported case and is currently in stable condition.
Second, close and second degree contacts are under centralized health management.According to epidemiological investigations, 107 close contacts and 176 secondary close contacts have been initially screened. All of their PCR results are negative, and they are all under centralized quarantine.
Third, the key places are under control.We have identified 7 places that are either the residence or the venues the patient had been to. All of them are under lockdown and have been thoroughly disinfected. As of 22:00 on August 12, a total of 47 samples were taken from the environment of key places, including 10 samples from the patients home, and the results were all negative.
Fourth, expand the PCR testing.More PCR tests are carried out in 11 streets in three districts: Linhe Street and Shipai Street in Tianhe District; Hongqiao Street, Beijing Street, Liurong Street, Liuhua Street, Dongshan Street, Nonglin Street, Baiyun Street, Kuangquan Street in Yuexiu District; Tonghe Street in Baiyun District. As of today, 389,511 people have been tested and all the results are negative.
Fifth, we modified the policy for international inbound travelers.All international inbound travelers shall go through a "7-day home quarantine" instead of the original "7-day health monitoringafter they finish their hotel quarantine. The new policy will take effect immediately. Travelers must self-isolate during the 7-day period.
Sixth, the vaccination inoculation campaign.Vaccination is the most economical and effective way to fight the epidemic. We ask our citizens who meet the requirements to get vaccinated as soon as possible so that we can build a collective immune barrier.As of August 12, a total of 30.01 million doses of vaccine have been administered to 17.03 million people; 13.2 million people have completed their vaccination series, with a coverage rate of 70.7%. According to the provincial vaccine distribution plan, Guangzhou residents can make appointments for the inoculation of CHO cells vaccination in all districts, which is commonly referred to as a three-dose vaccine. Both CHO and Vero vaccine have good immunogenicity and are safe. People aged 18 and over who have not been vaccinated can be rest assured to take the shots.At the moment, there are 371 COVID-19 vaccination sites in the city. You can get vaccination through your company or schools, or make appointments through Guangzhou Jiankangtong, or go directly to the community health service center for vaccination.At present, there are multiple outbreaks of COVID-19 in the country, and summer travel peaks are could exacerbate the risk of spread. In addition, the pandemic continues to spread worldwide, increasing the pressure of our city to prevent inbound cases. If we lax our efforts, the COVID-19 situation may get out of our control. We must stay fully on alert.
A kind reminder: please continue to strengthen personal protection awareness, follow good practices such as wearing masks, washing hands frequently, keeping ventilation, using public chopsticks, and reducing gatherings. Keep self-health monitoring. When symptoms of discomfort occur, you should avoid taking public transportation, and immediately go to the nearest medical institution with a fever clinic (treatment rooms); truthfully inform your epidemiological history, and get tested.
Check the following chart for High-Medium risky areas:If not necessary, it's highly recommended not to travel in the following areas:


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