Beijing Opens 149 Observation Sites for Travelers From Overseas

Beijing has set up 149 concentrated medical observation sites for people entering the city from overseas to undergo a 14-day, self-paid medical observation as imported cases of the novel coronavirus continues to increase.

Inbound passengers at the sites will be offered a single room and have meals in their own room, which comes with disinfection supplies.

Each observation site will provide epidemic prevention guidebooks, and staff on duty will check body temperatures regularly every day as well as offer health and psychological counseling services.

Translators are also available at those observation sites for foreign visitors.

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Source: xinhua

Editor: Crystal H

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