The Tibet Autonomous Region Health and Medical Commission released an epidemic situation of novel coronavirus infection this morning: Up to 24:00 on February 6, the Tibet Autonomous Region has reported a total of 1 confirmed case of COVID-19 infection, 0 severe case, 0 death case, and 0 patient discharged.
According to reports, at present, the vital signs of patient Zhang are stable, and the close contacts tracked are undergoing medical observation.
As a result, the Tibet Autonomous Region has not reported any new confirmed or suspected cases for eight consecutive days.
Chinese netizens: hope more good news like this!
The reporter learned from the tourism Development Department of the Tibet Autonomous Region on January 27 that, starting from January 27, 2020, the region’s tourist attractions will be temporarily closed to receive tourists, and the opening hours will be announced separately.
According to reports, this decision is based on the need to prevent and control the epidemic of COVID-19. In order to effectively cut off the virus transmission in Tibet, do a good job of preventing and controlling epidemics in tourist attractions in the region to avoid cross-infection caused by tourists.