Another 6 cross-border truck drivers tested positive for nucleic acid at Shenzhen port


Six cross-border truck drivers tested positive for nucleic acid at Shenzhen port on February 13, according to information released by shenzhen Health Supervision.The six patients are the 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd cross-border driver positive patients detected at Shenzhen port since February 4.Situation is as follows: 18 patients: XXL, male, engaged in cross-border transportation industry, on February 12, 12:30 the man kam to ports of entry closed loop, check out the positive, now transferred to the designated hospital isolation treatment, the situation informed related department in Hong Kong, the driver to place has been completed by strict sanitizers, about the contact person has to carry out the control according to the requirements.Patient 19: Gao, male, engaged in cross-border transport industry. He entered the closed loop from Liantang Port at 12:43 on February 12, tested positive and was transferred to a designated hospital for isolation treatment. Relevant information has been reported to Hong Kong departments.Patient 20: Huang, male, engaged in cross-border transport industry. He returned to Hong Kong from Shenzhen Bay port at 15:13 on February 12 and tested positive. Relevant information has been reported to relevant departments in Hong Kong.Patient 21: Wen, male, engaged in cross-border transport industry. He returned to Hong Kong from Shenzhen Bay port at 10:56 on February 13 and tested positive. Relevant information has been reported to relevant departments in Hong Kong.Patient 22: Rong, male, engaged in cross-border transportation industry. He entered the closed loop from Shenzhen Bay Port at 12:37 on February 13 and tested positive. He has been transferred to a designated hospital for isolation and treatment.Patient 23: Yao, male, engaged in cross-border transport industry. He returned to Hong Kong from Shenzhen Bay port at 13:27 on February 13 and tested positive. Relevant information has been reported to relevant departments in Hong Kong.The Port Office of the Shenzhen Municipal People’s Government reminded cross-border drivers to protect themselves and strictly implement the mainland’s epidemic prevention and control measures.

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