South Korea’s new crown epidemic situation Repeated government establishment of monkey acne virus monitoring system
People’s Daily Online, May 24th (Zhou Yubo Cao Xiangyu Chengkang) As of 0:00 on May 24, South Korea added 26,344 new crowns from the previous day.
Since the confirmed cases of Omikon’s mutant virus in South Korea reached the peak in mid -March of this year, the number of diagnosis in a single day began to decline.
The Korean epidemic prevention department analyzed that although the South Korean epidemic has improved and the medical system has remained in a stable state, the trend of ease of the epidemic in the near future has slowed down, and the possibility of new mutant viruses will not be ruled out.
At the beginning of May this year, although the South Korean government has announced the cancellation of the obligation to wear outdoors, most people still insist on wearing a mask.
On May 20, the Second Kim Xianzhu of the Central Affairs Management Department announced that it would be delayed by 4 weeks to June 20 from the 7 -day quarantine obligation of the new crown diagnosis patients scheduled to be exempted on May 23.
At that time, after observing the situation of the epidemic, the government decided whether to exempt the diagnosis patients for 7 days isolation obligations.
Relevant personnel of the Korean epidemic prevention department predict that due to the weakening of the new crown vaccine’s immune effects, even if the current isolation policy is maintained, the epidemic will still usher in a new wave of rebound this summer and reach the apex in September to October. In addition, there are currently 18 countries in the world that have been reported in diagnostic cases. On May 24th, the South Korean Centers for Disease Management stated that although no monkey acne virus infection was found in South Korea, the government has reserved 35 million small ceiling vaccines and will establish a monkey acne virus monitoring system. At the same time, in order to prevent monkey acne virus from being introduced into South Korea, South Korea will conduct physical temperature testing and health surveys of nationals and overseas tourists who have reported to the country of acne diagnosis.
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