The situation with the 2019-nCoV coronavirus on February 8, 2020 in Sanya, Haikou, Hainan, China: shutting down buses to the airport, transmission routes

The Hainan Provincial Health Committee, China, reported that on February 8, 2020, 124 confirmed cases of 2019-nCoV pneumonia coronavirus, 2 deaths and 11 cases of recovery were recorded in Hainan, China, see case statistics online map of the distribution of coronavirus 2019-nCoV pneumonia in Hainan, which is at the beginning of any article on our site.  As of February 8, 2020, 34,662 confirmed cases of coronavirus 2019-nCoV pneumonia, 723 cases of death and 2215 cases of recovery were detected throughout China.


From February 7, 2020, all routes on the buses of Meylan Airport in Haikou on Hainan Island were suspended until the 2019-nCoV coronavirus situation was resolved.


At Haikou Airport itself, measuring body temperature and recording information, as well as wearing masks, are necessary to ensure a fit. Personnel also measure body temperature and wear masks as required to completely prevent and control epidemics.


 In order to reduce congestion, ensure the health of passengers and effectively stop the transmission of the virus, the company stopped working on all vehicles on the bus lines of Meilan Airport in Haikou on Hainan Island on 1, 2 and 3 from February 7, 2020. Recovery time will be determined in accordance with the epidemic control situation.


Just a few days ago it turned out that coronavirus is able to be transmitted not only by airborne droplets or in contact with an infected person.


So, according to the National Health Commission of China, they can be infected with a smartphone. Experts explained that phones can accumulate a large amount of dirt, bacteria, particles of saliva and other carriers of the virus on the case, as well as the display. Thus, after using a mobile phone, which is a carrier of the virus, you can become infected only by touching the mucous membranes.


According to representatives of the National Health Commission, in order to effectively eliminate the virus from a smartphone, it is necessary to process it at a temperature of 56 ° C for half an hour. Also suitable for disinfection is hydrogen peroxide, as well as acetic acid and chloroform. At the same time, the chief physician of the General Medicine Department of the First Hospital of Jilin University, Yin Hongmei shared that, for disinfecting the phone, fit and 75% alcohol.


The Consulate General of Russia in Guangzhou, China has officially announced that the cities of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, as well as the entire province of Guangdong are currently open for entry and exit. No quarantine measures have been introduced at the provincial level or at the scale of any of the cities. The government of Guangdong is implementing a plan to strengthen the fight against the spread of the virus. Throughout the province, at the level of districts, counties, urban microdistricts, residential areas, additional administrative and medical preventive measures are introduced, which include reducing the scale of movement of people and monitoring human well-being (thermometry).


Checkpoints in Guangdong (domestic and international) continue to operate. Transport links between provincial cities, as well as between Guangdong and other Chinese regions, are still operational. At airports, railway and bus stations and on highways, additional control measures are introduced (thermometry + information about the route of movement). The flight schedule is changing, the schedule of routes of trains and buses is being adjusted, this certainly needs to be monitored, but there is currently no ban on entry and exit.


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