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A910 sent a total of 69 COVID19 patients from Moscow

Zhangjiajie is a key node in the chain of infection. Two Beijing residents were infected by other Nanjing tourists. The node announced that all attractions will be closed from Friday to prevent the possible spread of COVID19.
Cameron’s blockbuster “Avatar” was filmed in a famous resort town in Hunan Province. Summer holidays are the peak tourist season and they suffered heavy losses.
The Mausoleum Museum of the First Qin Emperor in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, famous for its terracotta warriors and horses, also announced that it will close on Friday because patients were found to have been there in Chongqing.
Other cities where patients or close contacts have been found, including Zhuhai and Zhongshan in southern China and Guangdong, are conducting large-scale nucleic acid testing to detect possible carriers.

Nanjing health authorities said on Friday that a flight from Russia was repeatedly suspended by Chinese aviation regulators for transporting COVID19 patients and was identified as the source of the latest outbreak at Nanjing Lukou International Airport in Jiangsu province, in eastern China. He said 4,444 airport cleaners became infected while cleaning the plane’s cabin.
The latest COVID19 epidemic that affected more than 200 people in Beijing and Chongqing, six provinces and two cities exposed some gaps in the epidemic prevention work at some airports. The national epidemic is generally controllable, and some airports “relax their vigilance,” public health experts told the Global Times on Friday. Local authorities stated that the sequence of the
virus that infected the cleaners of the first outbreak patients is the same as the sequence of the virus found in the imported case of flight CA910 that arrived in Nanjing from Russia on July 10. Analysis of the
virus confirmed that they are in the same infection chain and the sequence is a highly infectious Delta variant.
Cleaner may not meet personal protection requirements when cleaning engine room. The Nanjing Center for Disease Control and Prevention said at a press conference on Friday that cleaners are responsible for handling garbage for domestic and international flights, which can cause others to become infected through contact with cleaners. or polluted environments. Due to inbound flight “circuit breaker” measures, Flight CA910 on
has been grounded at least 10 times. The measure stipulates that if five or more passengers test positive, the flight will be suspended for a week or the number of infected passengers will increase for longer. The flight will be suspended for a week.
According to a China Youth Daily report on Friday, CA910 sent a total of 69 COVID19 patients from Moscow to Nanjing, Tianjin, Zhengzhou and other Chinese cities during its 10 “circuit breaker” flights.
For inbound flights from countries with serious epidemics, or flights that have been on the ground multiple times like CA910, the airport “should take stricter inspection and disinfection measures,” said Zhou Zijun, professor at the University’s School of Public Health. from Beijing. the Global Times.
“Obviously, the Nanjing Aviation Authority did not pay enough attention to international flights and did not properly manage its [cleaning] team,” Zhou told the Global Times. Since the first case was reported on July 20,
Nanjing has so far reported 184 confirmed cases and one asymptomatic carrier.
Local authorities did not reveal how many of the 184 patients were vaccinated at a news conference on Friday. But on July 22, when dozens of cases were reported in the city, local medical experts told the media that most of the cases were vaccinated.
This has sparked a new wave of concerns about the efficacy of the COVID19 vaccine against the Delta variant. Chinese vaccine manufacturers told the Global Times on Thursday that their products are still able to protect the major variant receptors, including Delta.
A study of imported patients with Delta mutations showed that when someone was vaccinated, the person produced antibodies faster, carried less virus, and had a shorter hospital stay, Shanghai expert Zhang Wenhong pointed out.
However, as the infection chain continues to expand, two patients were reported in Chongqing in southwestern China on Friday. Control measures have been strengthened in many places, and people have to cancel summer travel plans.
The central government is stepping up efforts to prevent the epidemic from spreading further. China’s National Health Commission said on Wednesday that it will respond to the Nanjing epidemic and require local governments to carry out virus scanning, nucleic acid testing and isolation measures in a timely manner to contain the epidemic in its budding state.

Nanjing health authorities said on Friday that a flight from Russia has been identified as the source of the latest round of COVID19 infections in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province in eastern China. Airport cleaners were infected while cleaning the cabin.
The gene sequence of cleaners at Nanjing Lukou International Airport is consistent with the imported case of CA910 flight that arrived in Nanjing on December 10. Russia. The local authorities said. According to media reports, since China adopted “circuit breaker” measures on inbound flights in June 2020,
CA910 flight has been grounded 10 times to carry passengers who tested positive for COVID19. In July alone, it was suspended 3 times.
According to a report by the China Youth Daily on Friday, CA910 transported 69 COVID19 patients from Moscow to Chinese cities such as Nanjing, Tianjin and Zhengzhou during its 10 “circuit breaker” flights. The Nanjing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Nanjing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) stated in a press release on Friday that
cleaning staff failed to strictly comply with personal protection requirements when completing the deep cleaning of CA910 flight, and therefore may be infected with the virus. The Nanjing Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that the
investigation found that cleaners were responsible for collecting garbage from domestic and international flights. He added that other cases at the airport were infected through contact with cleaners or exposure to polluted environments. Ding Jie, deputy director of the Nanjing Center for Disease Control and Prevention, said that the Nanjing Center for Disease Control and Prevention has completed the sequencing of 52 virus genes in
cases, all from the Delta strain.
“The genetic sequences of these viruses are highly homologous, indicating that they belong to the same transmission chain,” Ding added.
Nanjing authorities confirmed 13 local COVID19 patients on Thursday. Since the last outbreak on July 20, the city has reported 184 confirmed cases and 1 silent carrier.
Global Times
The Nanjing Health Bureau said on Friday that a flight from Russia was repeatedly suspended by the Chinese aviation regulatory agency for transporting COVID19 patients and was identified as the source of the latest outbreak at Nanjing Lukou International Airport in Jiangsu Province, eastern China. He said that
airport cleaners were infected while cleaning the aircraft cabin.
The new crown pneumonia epidemic of more than 200 people in Beijing and Chongqing six provinces and two cities exposed loopholes in the epidemic prevention work of some airports, and “relaxed vigilance” at the national level. Public health experts told the Global Times on Friday.
The virus sequence infected by the cleaners is the same as the virus sequence found in the imported cases on the CA910 flight that arrived in Nanjing from Russia on July 10, local authorities said. Analysis of the
virus confirmed that they are in the same infection chain and the sequence is a highly infectious Delta variant.
Cleaner may not meet personal protection requirements when cleaning engine room. The Nanjing Center for Disease Control and Prevention said at a press conference on Friday that cleaners are responsible for handling garbage for domestic and international flights, which can cause others to become infected through contact with cleaners. or polluted environments. Due to inbound flight “circuit breaker” measures, Flight CA910 on
has been grounded at least 10 times. The measure stipulates that if five or more passengers test positive, the flight will be suspended for a week or the number of infected passengers will increase for longer. The flight will be suspended for a week.
According to a China Youth Daily report on Friday, CA910 sent a total of 69 COVID19 patients from Moscow to Nanjing, Tianjin, Zhengzhou and other Chinese cities during its 10 “circuit breaker” flights.
For inbound flights from countries with serious epidemics, or flights that have been on the ground multiple times like CA910, the airport “should take stricter inspection and disinfection measures,” said Zhou Zijun, professor at the University’s School of Public Health. from Beijing. the Global Times.
“Obviously, the Nanjing Aviation Authority did not pay enough attention to international flights and did not properly manage its [cleaning] team,” Zhou told the Global Times. Since the first case was reported on July 20,
Nanjing has so far reported 184 confirmed cases and one asymptomatic carrier.
Local authorities did not reveal how many of the 184 patients were vaccinated at a news conference on Friday. But on July 22, when dozens of cases were reported in the city, local medical experts told the media that most of the cases were vaccinated.
This has sparked a new wave of concerns about the efficacy of the COVID19 vaccine against the Delta variant. Chinese vaccine manufacturers told the Global Times on Thursday that their products are still able to protect the major variant receptors, including Delta.
A study of imported patients with Delta mutations showed that when someone was vaccinated, the person produced antibodies faster, carried less virus, and had a shorter hospital stay, Shanghai expert Zhang Wenhong pointed out.
However, as the infection chain continues to expand, two patients were reported in Chongqing in southwestern China on Friday. Control measures have been strengthened in many places, and people have to cancel summer travel plans.
The central government is stepping up efforts to prevent the epidemic from spreading further. China’s National Health Commission said on Wednesday that it will respond to the Nanjing epidemic and require local governments to carry out virus scanning, nucleic acid testing and isolation measures in a timely manner to contain the epidemic in its budding state.
Zhangjiajie is a key node in the infection chain. Among them, two Beijing residents were infected by other Nanjing tourists and announced that they would close all its attractions from Friday to prevent the possible spread of COVID19.
A famous resort city in Hunan Province, where James Cameron’s blockbuster “Avatar” was filmed. The summer vacation is the peak tourist season and suffered heavy losses.
The Museum of the Mausoleum of the First Emperor of Qin in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, known for its terracotta warriors and horses, also announced that it would be closed on Friday after discovering that patients in Chongqing had been there.
Other cities where patients or close contacts have been found, including Zhuhai and Zhongshan, Guangdong, in southern China, are carrying out large-scale nucleic acid tests to detect possible carriers…

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