【Bilingual】Notice: Arrange Your Trips Cautiously and Protect Yourself from Infection
佛山外事 2021-07-29 19:17

Notice: Arrange Your Trips Cautiously and Protect Yourself from Infection

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in Nanjing on July 20, more than 100 cases have been reported in provinces including Liaoning, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Anhui, Sichuan. According to the information released, some patients have been to tourist attractions and therefore caused related infection cases.

Those cases remind that we should be cautious about travelling, which could be risky. Hence, Foshan CDC gives the following notice:

1.Arrange your trips cautiously
Don’t go out unless it is necessary and don’t go to medium-or-high-risk areas or the cities with local cases. Pay attention to the notice of the epidemic risk adjustments and the lists of the cities with medium or high risks. Arrange your necessary trips cautiously. 

2.Take proper personal protection when traveling
Follow the epidemic prevention rules with your hands frequently washed and mask worn. Pay attention to the  cough etiquette. Have less and smaller gathering and dinning hygiene. Keep one-meter social distance and have good indoor ventilation and daily cleaning and sterilization.

3.Monitor your health conditions closely
During the trip and 14 days after the trip, pay attention to your health and avoid gathering.  You’re encouraged to take an NAT on arriving Foshan. Please go to the nearest fever clinics immediately with proper personal protection if you have symptoms such as fever, cough and loss of taste or smell and avoid taking public transportation. Please inform the doctor when and where you have been to and whom you have been with.

4.Report to your community in time
Please report to your community, workplace and hotels you are living in or have lived and cooperate with the health management measures if you have been to medium-or-high-risk areas or the cities with local cases in the past 14 days, take the same public transportation or have contacts with the confirmed cases.