In the early morning, Wuhan woke up in the long-lost warm sun. 33-year-old Zhao Xiaolong took a break after completing 12 hours of continuous community volunteer service, and then rushed to his own job early. More than 1,000 households and more than 4,000 residents in his community basically completed nucleic acid testing for all employees within 12 hours.
A few days ago, on February 21, Wuhan once again sounded the alarm for epidemic prevention and control. This is the second report of a local positive infection since Wuhan faced the Delta Delta virus in August last year, and it was preliminarily identified that this case was infected with the Omicron Omicron variant. The work of sealing and control management, nucleic acid detection, and inspection of close and sub-close connections began immediately.
“Post a leaflet to mobilize nucleic acid testing”, “Place the table in the old place”, “Sign and confirm each household”…As the deputy captain of the community party member commando team and the head of the building, Zhao Xiaolong has two anti-epidemic experiences. The process has been “experienced”, and it is more calm and calm to deal with.