Shenzhen evening report | a confirmed owner in Shenzhen sent an open letter to his neighbor, detailing his illness and treatment experience, reminding everyone to take more care

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 Shenzhen evening report | a confirmed owner in Shenzhen sent an open letter to his neighbor, detailing his illness and treatment experience, reminding everyone to take more care


I was a little tired in the first two days, so I went to sleep at home. Later, I had a little dry cough, so I took some cold medicine.

I havent been out of the house for three days and I havent sneezed. There was no one at the opposite door, neither at the two upstairs, nor at the elevator.

After arriving at the hospital, the doctor told the industry to stay for observation. At about 12:30 p.m., the CDC in the reporting area of the hospital will call 120 to send it to the third peoples Hospital for observation.

The CDC called and asked for a lot of details, including all the addresses of people I had contact with.

In the early morning of January 28, the owner was sent to the third municipal hospital for observation and lived in a single room during isolation.

The observation lasted for 3 days, during which the Tamiflu drug was taken, blood was drawn again, throat and nose were checked repeatedly, and the result was that the nose test was positive.

In the early morning of January 30, the owner transferred to building B for treatment, with three persons and one room, all of whom were slightly infected.

The reporter immediately inquired about the 16 newly diagnosed patients in Shenzhen who had stayed in the community or place during the symptom period, which was just announced by the municipal health and Health Commission. The said community was indeed on the list.

As there was no contact with the management office, the reporter managed to contact the two owners of the community, both owners said to the reporter that it was true. One of the owners told reporters that she saw the open letter on wechat today, and then asked the management office, which said it was true.

Shenzhen evening news reporter Guo Yuli