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- Community workers help epidemic prevention by taking residents' temperatures
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Community workers in Wuhan City of central China’s Hubei Province -- the epicenter of the novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP) outbreak since mid-December -- are helping control the highly contagious virus by taking body temperatures of residents.
In the Zhongxing Neighborhood of Wuhan, community workers are helping find suspected and confirmed NCP cases by monitoring the residents’ temperatures.
"Some residents don’t want us to drop in, in which case we respect their will and they can report to us through social media," said Li Xiangxiang, a community worker of the Zhongxing Neighborhood Committee.
This online reporting system is affiliated with WeChat, the most popular networking app in China. It saves a lot of time compared to the door-to-door approach, and reduces the risk of cross-infection.
Community workers have called on every single resident to check their temperature. All the information collected will be reported to local health authorities.
They also respond to any complaints they receive about restriction of movement in epidemic control in the neighborhood.
The Fangcao Neighborhood of Hanyang District in Wuhan started recording the body temperature of the residents last Friday.
Most of the residents report their temperatures through an online app, while for some unregistered residents, community workers will ask them for a temperature by phone.
The online and phone reporting minimizes face-to-face contacts, but some of the old residents can’t be got in touch with in these two ways, so community workers have to measure their temperatures on the spot when they send vegetables to them.
So far, three NCP patients have been confirmed in the neighborhood, and have been sent to hospital for treatment. And seven other people who were in close contact with the infected ones have been isolated for medical observation.
As of the end of Sunday, 16,902 confirmed NCP cases had been reported in Wuhan, with 681 reported dead, at a fatality rate of 4.03 percent, according to the Health Commission of Hubei Province.
(Original Title: Community workers help epidemic prevention by taking residents' temperatures)
Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Feb 9, 2020 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of community worker in protective suit taking temperature of residents
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li Xiangxiang, community worker, Zhongxing Neighborhood:
"Some residents don’t want us to drop in, in which case we respect their will and they can report to us through social media."
3. Various of community worker checking residents' condition on online reporting system
4. Various of community workers checking residents' condition on computer, giving phone call
5. Various of community workers giving phone calls to residents
6. Community workers taking records
Hanyang District, Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Feb 9, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of Fangcao Neighborhood
9. Various of residential buildings
10. Various of woman, guards at checkpoint
11. Various of worker spraying disinfectant
12. Various of worker clearing debris
13. Various of community worker selecting vegetables at stall
14. Various of community worker waiting for weighing vegetables
15. Vegetable stall
16. Community worker giving bag of vegetable to resident
17. Masks, bottles of alcohol on table; worker spraying disinfectant
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