9 cases of new crown pneumonia in Beijing Fuxing Hospital

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 9 cases of new crown pneumonia in Beijing Fuxing Hospital


Miao Jianhong, vice district chief of Xicheng District, said at a press conference on the prevention and control of pneumonia caused by the new coronavirus in Beijing on the afternoon of February 3 that there were 9 cases in the intensive care unit of Cardiology Department of Fuxing Hospital, including 5 medical staff and 4 inpatients. At present, they have been transferred to the designated hospital for treatment, mainly with mild illness. The preliminary investigation is related to the infection of individual medical staff, and the specific causes are under investigation. At present, the relevant contacts are focusing on observation. Experts believe that the epidemic is generally controllable.

As of 24:00 on February 2, there were 212 confirmed cases in Beijing. According to the relevant provisions of the state, the place of ownership of the case shall be determined according to the place of residence at the time of onset. After verification, there were 2 cases in Dongcheng District, 26 in Xicheng District, 31 in Chaoyang District, 42 in Haidian District, 17 in Fengtai District, 5 in Shijingshan District, 3 in Mentougou District, 4 in Fangshan District, 13 in Tongzhou District, 5 in Shunyi District, 13 in Changping District, 28 in Daxing District, 3 in Huairou District, 1 in Yanqing District, and 19 in Beijing. There are no cases in Pinggu District and Miyun District.

In order to thoroughly implement the plan of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council for the prevention and control of pneumonia caused by new coronavirus infection, practically strengthen the construction of prevention and control capacity, solve the production and operation difficulties of enterprises, promote the smooth and orderly operation of the city, and better serve the peoples life, the Beijing municipal government has issued 19 important measures to support the fight against the new coronavirus infection.