Shanghai: There is no need to worry about COVID-19 patients being discharged from hospital or discharged from medical observation

2022-05-26 0 By

On April 9, Shanghai held a press conference on COVID-19 prevention and control to update the situation and answer questions from journalists.At the meeting, it was reported that some patients who had recently recovered reported being refused to return home after being discharged from hospital or released from medical isolation.In response, Wu Jinglei, director of The Shanghai Municipal Health Commission, said at a press conference on COVID-19 prevention and control held this morning that patients who have recovered from the disease should first meet the COVID-19 diagnosis and Treatment Protocol (Trial Version 9) and other standards when discharged from hospital or discharged from medical isolation.If the Ct value of N gene and ORF gene in two successive Novel Coronavirus nucleic acid tests is greater than or equal to 35, or the two consecutive novel Coronavirus nucleic acid tests are negative, the sampling interval shall be at least 24 hours before discharge from hospital or release from medical observation.At the same time, health management will be carried out for those discharged from hospital and those released from medical observation.According to the national plan, the health management standards of discharged persons have been formulated. For example, before leaving the hospital, the hospital shall carry out terminal disinfection of relevant items and the environment, including the cleaning and disinfection of the luggage, clothing, personal belongings and other personal belongings of patients.Used disposable articles, household garbage and discarded objects are disposed of as medical waste;Wear a mask, live in a well-ventilated single room if possible, reduce close contact with family members, eat separate meals, do good hand hygiene, avoid going out and reduce contact with community residents.Wu said that according to current research and clinical experience, after patients have been cured and discharged from hospital and asymptomatic patients have been released from medical observation, their bodies have developed corresponding antibodies. According to research by CDC experts, no cases of transmission have been observed so far.I hope families and communities don’t have to worry about this, let alone discrimination.Xiaoxiang Morning News reporter Peng Haize comprehensive report news clues breaking channel: application market download “morning video” client, into the “morning to help” topic;Or call the morning video news hotline 0731-85571188.