August 20, the Pudong New Area CDC reported abnormal results of routine nucleic acid tests for 2 personnels working in the overseas cargo aircraft operation area of Pudong Airport. Their nucleic acid test result was positive. Combined with clinical and imaging findings and laboratory nucleic acid test results, a case of new coronary pneumonia (mild) was diagnosed through expert group consultation and has been transferred to the Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center for isolation and treatment.ccording to Wu Jinglei, director of the Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, on
Shanghai’s emergency response mechanism for epidemic prevention and control was immediately activated
The relevant situation is now notified as follows:
The home address is Longhuayuan Community, Lane 1049, Chuanhuan South Road, Chuansha New Town, Pudong New Area. The case has been vaccinated with the new crown vaccine throughout, and the previous routine nucleic acid test results were negative. , a foreign aviation mechanical engineer serving an overseas cargo plane at Pudong Airport, a male, Ethiopian nationality, 44 years old.
is a 45-year-old male worker in the operation area of an overseas cargo plane at Pudong Airport. Now lives in Jinjiang Inn Donghai Town, the centralized management point of the airport. The case has also been vaccinated with the new crown vaccine throughout, and the previous routine nucleic acid test results were negative.
As of 18:00 on August 20, 47 close contacts of the two cases in this city have been investigated, and centralized isolation has been implemented. The nucleic acid test results were all negative.
271 people who have been closely connected in the city have been investigated, and centralized isolation been implemented. The nucleic acid test results were all negative. 40097 people have been screened , all of whom have been sampled. Among them, 8151 human nucleic acid test results are negative, and the rest are being tested.
According to the current epidemiological investigation, these two confirmed cases have no history of traveling in the past two weeks, and there is no link between the case and the epidemic situation in other parts of the country for the time being. The disease control department is stepping up to carry out gene sequencing.