Xinjiang disease control expert: There is no real “human-to-human transmission” of the new crown

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Xinjiang CDC:

There is no true “human-to-human transmission” of the new coronavirus

On the evening of October 3, the Xinjiang People’s Government Information Office held a press conference on epidemic prevention and control. When answering questions from reporters, Ni Mingjian, chief expert of Xinjiang disease control, made it clear that there is no real human-to-human transmission of the new coronavirus. Even if there is a live virus on the surface of an object, the transmission occurs because people do not pay attention to hand hygiene, and they touch their eyes and eyes after touching objects. Infections caused by the mucous membranes of the mouth and nose. However, he also pointed out that after the frozen food is contaminated, the survival time of the virus will be longer, so when purchasing frozen food, you should minimize touching or wear nitrile gloves, pay attention to hand hygiene, and eat frozen food after cooking. (Cloud Corps client)

Paleogenetics just won the Nobel Prize,

COVID-19 susceptibility may be derived from ancient humans

Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2022 announced, awarded to Swedish scientist Svante Pääbo for his work on the genome of an extinct species and the discovery of human evolution. Professor Chen Peng, Department of Genetics, School of Basic Medicine, Jilin University, said, “Understanding the genomes of ancient humans helps us understand the source of disease susceptibility in modern humans. A specific example is that researchers have confirmed from the genome information of Neanderthals. The new crown susceptibility of modern people may be derived from ancient humans.” (Health Times)

Positive infection was found in multiple carriages on one train,

Much more urgent search!

From 0:00 to 24:00 on October 3, there was one new case of local asymptomatic infection in Suzhou, and people from other provinces and regions came to Suzhou by train Z42. The Z42 train runs from Urumqi to Shanghai, passing through Gansu, Shaanxi, Henan, Jiangsu and other places. Previously, Anhui Province found positive infected persons in the A1, 2, and 15 carriages of the Z42 train from Urumqi to Shanghai on September 29. On October 2, a positive nucleic acid test was found in Lianshui County, Huai’an City, Jiangsu Province. The positive infected person took the Z42 train 10 carriages to Suzhou on September 30 in Turpan City, Xinjiang. So far, multiple cases of positive infection have been found in multiple carriages of the train, and emergency notices have been issued in many places. (Beijing Daily)

Shenqiu, Henan:

Fever-positive person rewarded with 50,000 yuan

According to the news from the “Shenqiu Today” WeChat public account on the 3rd, the Headquarters for the Prevention and Control of the Novel Coronavirus Infected Pneumonia in Shenqiu County, Henan Province issued an announcement. Code staff, one-time reward of 500 yuan. “Sentinel” finds fever patients with a history of living in medium and high-risk areas, and promptly reports them and implements temporary control measures. Those who are later diagnosed as positive by nucleic acid tests will be rewarded 50,000 yuan per person. At present, the public account tweet has been deleted. (Observer Network, Hubei Network Radio and Television)

Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus found in Japan

Japan’s Ministry of the Environment and other departments said that after testing a dead wild bird caught on the streets of Isehara City, Kanagawa Prefecture recently, it was found that the bird died of a highly pathogenic ” H5N1″ avian influenza virus. According to news from Kanagawa Prefecture, the sick peregrine falcon was found on September 25 and died of the disease the next day. Japan’s Ministry of the Environment announced that the 10-kilometer area around the area where the bird was found will be listed as a key area for wild bird monitoring, and the national alert level for wild birds has been raised from the usual “level 1” to “level 2”. (Shanghai Radio and Television Media Center)

Cancer is the leading cause of death in South Korea for 40 consecutive years

According to a recent report by the Korea Herald, data released at the end of September by the Korea Statistics Office showed that more than a quarter of the national deaths last year died of cancer, and among various causes of death the highest proportion. Cancer has been the top cause of death in Korea for 40 consecutive years. (Look at News Global Eye)

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