China-Coronavirus/Qingdao/Testing

Large-scale COVID-19 testing completed in east China's Qingdao

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Qingdao City, Shandong Province, east China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aerial shot of playground
2. Various of fast motion of medical workers taking throat swab samples
3. Fast motion of medical staff disinfecting
4. Various of citizens queuing up
5. Staff member speaking with loudspeaker
6. Various of citizens walking
7. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wang Chunshuang, citizen of Jiaozhou City:
"Through the community WeChat group, I learned that the community was carrying out nucleic acid testing. I brought my child over for testing as soon as possible, for my own safety and also for the safety of family and friends."
8. Various of residents queuing for testing; medical worker taking notes
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Yiran, volunteer (ending with shot 10):
"Many people are willing to help us in every link, and residents who came to the nucleic acid test were very cooperative. They are very polite to us, and have always thanked us. Besides, our medical staff and our doctors have a very good attitude and they are very kind to the elderly and children."
10. Residents waiting
11. Various of medical workers taking throat swab samples
12. Staff checking
13. Medical worker preserving samples
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Chen Anqi, nurse of Wuhan Aid Youth Nucleic Acid Testing Working Group (ending with shots 15-17):
"When Wuhan was facing the most difficult time, medical teams from all over the country came to support us. If there are other cities that need our support in the future, I will be obliged to support them."
15. Medical workers preserving samples
16. Medical workers taking swabs
17. Various of medical workers taking throat swab samples
18. Medical worker preserving samples
19. Various of volunteers walking
20. Various of medical workers
21. Medical workers taking throat swab samples

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Qingdao City in east China's Shandong Province has completed large-scale nucleic acid sampling and testing work in just over five days after having recorded three new asymptomatic cases of COVID-19 earlier in the week.

This follows the announcement by the Qingdao Municipal Health Commission on October 11 of three new asymptomatic cases in Qingdao, with the specific source of infection under investigation.

Local authorities immediately held an emergency meeting overnight to activate the emergency response mechanism, aiming to accomplish nucleic acid testing of the five districts within three days and the whole city in five days.

National, provincial, and municipal joint expert teams rushed to the scene quickly. In addition, medical personnel, basic-level staff and volunteers rushed to the front line, while residents also responded promptly to notices of citywide testing.

"Through the community WeChat group, I learned that the community was carrying out nucleic acid testing. I brought my child over for testing as soon as possible, for my own safety and also for the safety of family and friends," said Wang Chunshuang, citizen of Jiaozhou City.

After the full-staff testing started, Zhang Yiran, opted to volunteer in Qingdao.

"Many people are willing to help us in every link, and residents who came to the nucleic acid test were very cooperative. They are very polite to us, and have always thanked us. Besides, our medical staff and our doctors have a very good attitude and they are very kind to the elderly and children," said Zhang Yiran, volunteer.

Many medical teams and volunteers quickly assembled to help Qingdao. 22-year-olds Chen Anqi and Zeng Ziyi, who volunteered in Wuhan and later at Beijing's Xinfadi market, are now in Qingado helping out.

"When Wuhan was facing the most difficult time, medical teams from all over the country came to support us. If there are other cities that need our support in the future, I will be obliged to support them," said Chen Anqi, nurse of Wuhan Aid Youth Nucleic Acid Testing Working Group.

Meantime, the press conference has increased from once a day to twice a day, reporting on the latest epidemic situation and responding to public concerns.

As of 20:00 on Thursday, Qingdao had collected 10,580,334 samples for COVID-19 nucleic acid test, and no new positive samples have been found except for confirmed cases.

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  • ID : 8161953
  • Dateline : Recent
  • Location : China
  • Category : health
  • Duration : 1'50
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats/Part Mute
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Published : 2020-10-17 18:35
  • Last Modified : 2020-10-17 18:41:07
  • Version : 1

China-Coronavirus/Qingdao/Testing

Large-scale COVID-19 testing completed in east China's Qingdao

Dateline : Recent

Location : China

Duration : 1'50

  • English


Qingdao City, Shandong Province, east China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aerial shot of playground
2. Various of fast motion of medical workers taking throat swab samples
3. Fast motion of medical staff disinfecting
4. Various of citizens queuing up
5. Staff member speaking with loudspeaker
6. Various of citizens walking
7. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Wang Chunshuang, citizen of Jiaozhou City:
"Through the community WeChat group, I learned that the community was carrying out nucleic acid testing. I brought my child over for testing as soon as possible, for my own safety and also for the safety of family and friends."
8. Various of residents queuing for testing; medical worker taking notes
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Zhang Yiran, volunteer (ending with shot 10):
"Many people are willing to help us in every link, and residents who came to the nucleic acid test were very cooperative. They are very polite to us, and have always thanked us. Besides, our medical staff and our doctors have a very good attitude and they are very kind to the elderly and children."
10. Residents waiting
11. Various of medical workers taking throat swab samples
12. Staff checking
13. Medical worker preserving samples
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Chen Anqi, nurse of Wuhan Aid Youth Nucleic Acid Testing Working Group (ending with shots 15-17):
"When Wuhan was facing the most difficult time, medical teams from all over the country came to support us. If there are other cities that need our support in the future, I will be obliged to support them."
15. Medical workers preserving samples
16. Medical workers taking swabs
17. Various of medical workers taking throat swab samples
18. Medical worker preserving samples
19. Various of volunteers walking
20. Various of medical workers
21. Medical workers taking throat swab samples


Qingdao City in east China's Shandong Province has completed large-scale nucleic acid sampling and testing work in just over five days after having recorded three new asymptomatic cases of COVID-19 earlier in the week.

This follows the announcement by the Qingdao Municipal Health Commission on October 11 of three new asymptomatic cases in Qingdao, with the specific source of infection under investigation.

Local authorities immediately held an emergency meeting overnight to activate the emergency response mechanism, aiming to accomplish nucleic acid testing of the five districts within three days and the whole city in five days.

National, provincial, and municipal joint expert teams rushed to the scene quickly. In addition, medical personnel, basic-level staff and volunteers rushed to the front line, while residents also responded promptly to notices of citywide testing.

"Through the community WeChat group, I learned that the community was carrying out nucleic acid testing. I brought my child over for testing as soon as possible, for my own safety and also for the safety of family and friends," said Wang Chunshuang, citizen of Jiaozhou City.

After the full-staff testing started, Zhang Yiran, opted to volunteer in Qingdao.

"Many people are willing to help us in every link, and residents who came to the nucleic acid test were very cooperative. They are very polite to us, and have always thanked us. Besides, our medical staff and our doctors have a very good attitude and they are very kind to the elderly and children," said Zhang Yiran, volunteer.

Many medical teams and volunteers quickly assembled to help Qingdao. 22-year-olds Chen Anqi and Zeng Ziyi, who volunteered in Wuhan and later at Beijing's Xinfadi market, are now in Qingado helping out.

"When Wuhan was facing the most difficult time, medical teams from all over the country came to support us. If there are other cities that need our support in the future, I will be obliged to support them," said Chen Anqi, nurse of Wuhan Aid Youth Nucleic Acid Testing Working Group.

Meantime, the press conference has increased from once a day to twice a day, reporting on the latest epidemic situation and responding to public concerns.

As of 20:00 on Thursday, Qingdao had collected 10,580,334 samples for COVID-19 nucleic acid test, and no new positive samples have been found except for confirmed cases.

ID : 8161953

Published : 2020-10-17 18:35

Last Modified : 2020-10-17 18:41:07

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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