Currently, we’ve made great progress towards the containment of the novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP). The top priority is to protect the long-term rights while focusing on prevention and control of NCP and promoting development at the same time. In accordance with meetings and documents at all levels, now the focus of our fight against the NCP has shifted from comprehensive efforts to precise management so as to facilitate the full recovery of regular production and normal life. They’re as follows.
1. Welcome all friends both home and abroad, including buyers and foreign merchants, to come to Yiwu for business, work and living. For those first-timers seeking jobs or new entrepreneurs here, the government will provide free accommodation for 3 days if needed.
2. All personnel arriving in Yiwu will be checked with your epidemiology history over the last 14 days, and shall be handled according to different risk ratings. For those from hotspots of the NPC, like Hubei province, Wenzhou, Taizhou, etc, those high-risk places rated by the provincial government and cities with over 100 confirmed cases of NCP, they will be quarantined in a hotel(free accommodation) or at home for 14 days. Personnel from other places, they need to conduct Health Monitoring by themselves for 14 days, meanwhile cutting outdoor trips.
3. Everyone accounts in this battle. All personnel arriving in Yiwu must fill in Health Declaration Card and Health Monitoring Card, traceable. Every community and village is responsible for setting up the document and keeping on track of each individual For those hidden and causing the spread of NCP, they’ll be dealt with according to the laws.
4. Every enterprise accounts in this battle. Employers must establish systems of employees health monitoring, enterprise health management，and NCP alert. All enterprises are encouraged to be back in business shortly after making emergency response plan of prevention and control of NCP. For those qualified for regular operation, they should be registered for better management and supervised with credit system, which should be applied to all industrial entities like carwashes, auto-repair stores, barber shops, laundries, convenience stores, vegetable markets, etc.
5. Employers should proactively screen employees and inform the supervising departments of list of employees needed to be quarantined. Once the list gets reviewed and approved, the government will arrange hotels (free accommodation) for quarantine.
6. Make sure the logistics service available as usual. Logistics and express delivery vehicles are free to travel in the city. Food and express delivery personnel can enter the communities and villages after being checked with normal body temperature.
7. The communities’ and villages’ committees are responsible for entry control, managing and checking the personnel, especially those from outside, quarantined and monitoring health by themselves. Establish the system of one person one card (pass or pass code). For those living in the community or village (personnel no longer quarantined at home and people working inside), they need to use their card for entering, checked with body temperature and without registration. For others, they have to be checked with body temperature by staff with certificates in the community or village and registered before entering.
8. Implement the minimum unit mechanism for prevention and control of NCP. Divide the community and village into the smallest unit, while enterprises set up individual work unit. Citizens should avoid contact outside the unit to better contain the spread of NCP.
9. Citizens can go out for grocery shopping depending on the actual needs, thus no longer restrained by the 211 outing limit. Cut unnecessary outdoor trips. Avoid gathering and wear a mask. However, this doesn’t apply to towns (districts), communities and villages with critical condition.
10. Strict measures should still be taken on some towns (districts), communities and villages depending on the NCP situation there. Please refer to specifics issued by the prevention and control centers.