China-Coronavirus/Shijiazhuang/Measures

All villagers from virus-hit village in north China transferred to isolation sites by Wednesday

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Beiqiaozhai Village, Gaocheng District, Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province, north China - Jan 13, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Buses carrying villagers moving to centralized isolation site
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li He, village official (partially overlaid with shots 3-4/ending with shots 6-7):
"We plan to complete the transfer of all villagers to the centralized isolation sites today. We transferred 99 villagers last night, and 325 villagers in the early morning today. Just now, we transported a total of 190 villagers with nine buses. The villagers transferred just now are from Production Team No. 7 of the village. Those with Production Teams No. 8, No. 9 and No. 10 are yet to be transferred. The transfer is intended to avoid cross infections caused by mass gathering. All villagers are required to wear isolation clothing and protective devices before leaving home and take buses in an orderly manner, with a distance of about two-three meter kept. After sitting on buses, we will carefully check the name of every villager. We have a clear record of each family, thus ensuring every villager will be transferred. Required by higher authorities, we will immediately arrange for the close contacts to receive quarantine. By transferring close contacts, positive cases and negative cases to different isolation sites in batches in an orderly manner, we can avoid mass gathering and cross infections. We will make all-out effort to ensure protection against the virus."
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3. Various of villagers getting on buses in an orderly manner, waiting for getting on buses
4. Medical worker checking information of villager on bus
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5. Medical worker writing
6. Medical worker checking transferring information with police
7. Buses carrying villages moving to centralized isolation site

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All residents from Beiqiaozhai Village in coronavirus-hit Shijiazhuang City of north China's Hebei Province will be transferred to centralized isolation sites in batches by Wednesday, as part of the city's efforts to contain the spread of the epidemic.

At 12:25 on Wednesday, a group of 190 people from the village began to be transported to an isolation site with nine buses sent by local authorities.

Up to now, more than 600 villagers of Beiqiaozhai Village, which is home to more than 2,000 residents, have been transferred to the isolation sites.

Li He, a village official, said that transferring out villagers in batches is intended to avoid cross infections.

"We plan to complete the transfer of all villagers to the centralized isolation sites today. We transferred 99 villagers last night, and 325 villagers in the early morning today. Just now, we transported a total of 190 villagers with nine buses. The villagers transferred just now are from Production Team No. 7 of the village. Those with Production Teams No. 8, No. 9 and No. 10 are yet to be transferred. The transfer is intended to avoid cross infections caused by mass gathering. All villagers are required to wear isolation clothing and protective devices before leaving home and take buses in an orderly manner, with a distance of about two-three meter kept. After sitting on buses, we will carefully check the name of every villager. We have a clear record of each family, thus ensuring every villager will be transferred," said Li.

"Required by higher authorities, we will immediately arrange for the close contacts to receive quarantine. By transferring close contacts, positive cases and negative cases to different isolation sites in batches in an orderly manner, we can avoid mass gathering and cross infections. We will make all-out effort to ensure protection against the virus," he added.

Shijiazhuang reported a total of 372 confirmed COVID-19 cases from Jan. 2 to Jan. 12, with cases in the worst-hit Gaocheng District, in which Beiqiaozhai Village is located, accounting for 60 percent.

Since Jan. 11, Gaocheng District has been transferring residents from its 15 villages with confirmed cases to centralized isolation sites.

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  • ID : 8173419
  • Dateline : Jan 13, 2021
  • Location : Hebei,China
  • Category : health,society
  • Duration : 1'27
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Published : 2021-01-13 16:27
  • Last Modified : 2021-01-13 17:11:55
  • Version : 2

China-Coronavirus/Shijiazhuang/Measures

All villagers from virus-hit village in north China transferred to isolation sites by Wednesday

Dateline : Jan 13, 2021

Location : Hebei,China

Duration : 1'27

  • English


Beiqiaozhai Village, Gaocheng District, Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province, north China - Jan 13, 2021 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Buses carrying villagers moving to centralized isolation site
2. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Li He, village official (partially overlaid with shots 3-4/ending with shots 6-7):
"We plan to complete the transfer of all villagers to the centralized isolation sites today. We transferred 99 villagers last night, and 325 villagers in the early morning today. Just now, we transported a total of 190 villagers with nine buses. The villagers transferred just now are from Production Team No. 7 of the village. Those with Production Teams No. 8, No. 9 and No. 10 are yet to be transferred. The transfer is intended to avoid cross infections caused by mass gathering. All villagers are required to wear isolation clothing and protective devices before leaving home and take buses in an orderly manner, with a distance of about two-three meter kept. After sitting on buses, we will carefully check the name of every villager. We have a clear record of each family, thus ensuring every villager will be transferred. Required by higher authorities, we will immediately arrange for the close contacts to receive quarantine. By transferring close contacts, positive cases and negative cases to different isolation sites in batches in an orderly manner, we can avoid mass gathering and cross infections. We will make all-out effort to ensure protection against the virus."
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
3. Various of villagers getting on buses in an orderly manner, waiting for getting on buses
4. Medical worker checking information of villager on bus
++SHOTS OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
5. Medical worker writing
6. Medical worker checking transferring information with police
7. Buses carrying villages moving to centralized isolation site


All residents from Beiqiaozhai Village in coronavirus-hit Shijiazhuang City of north China's Hebei Province will be transferred to centralized isolation sites in batches by Wednesday, as part of the city's efforts to contain the spread of the epidemic.

At 12:25 on Wednesday, a group of 190 people from the village began to be transported to an isolation site with nine buses sent by local authorities.

Up to now, more than 600 villagers of Beiqiaozhai Village, which is home to more than 2,000 residents, have been transferred to the isolation sites.

Li He, a village official, said that transferring out villagers in batches is intended to avoid cross infections.

"We plan to complete the transfer of all villagers to the centralized isolation sites today. We transferred 99 villagers last night, and 325 villagers in the early morning today. Just now, we transported a total of 190 villagers with nine buses. The villagers transferred just now are from Production Team No. 7 of the village. Those with Production Teams No. 8, No. 9 and No. 10 are yet to be transferred. The transfer is intended to avoid cross infections caused by mass gathering. All villagers are required to wear isolation clothing and protective devices before leaving home and take buses in an orderly manner, with a distance of about two-three meter kept. After sitting on buses, we will carefully check the name of every villager. We have a clear record of each family, thus ensuring every villager will be transferred," said Li.

"Required by higher authorities, we will immediately arrange for the close contacts to receive quarantine. By transferring close contacts, positive cases and negative cases to different isolation sites in batches in an orderly manner, we can avoid mass gathering and cross infections. We will make all-out effort to ensure protection against the virus," he added.

Shijiazhuang reported a total of 372 confirmed COVID-19 cases from Jan. 2 to Jan. 12, with cases in the worst-hit Gaocheng District, in which Beiqiaozhai Village is located, accounting for 60 percent.

Since Jan. 11, Gaocheng District has been transferring residents from its 15 villages with confirmed cases to centralized isolation sites.

ID : 8173419

Published : 2021-01-13 16:27

Last Modified : 2021-01-13 17:11:55

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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