South Korea launches “all-weather” emergency response mechanism

Under this response mode, Lu Yingmin, Secretary General of the qingwatai hospital, will preside over the emergency response meeting every morning. The national crisis management center under qingwatai will track the epidemic situation of the whole country 24 hours a day. The chief secretary’s office and epidemic prevention departments will also start an emergency working mechanism to keep abreast of the epidemic situation at any time. South Korea’s central epidemic prevention strategy headquarters announced on the 21st that 324 new cases of new coronal disease were confirmed in South Korea from 0:00 on the 20th to 0:00 on the 21st. This is South Korea since March 8, more than five months after a single day of new confirmed cases, a breakthrough of 300 cases. < / P > < p > the clustering infection centered on the church in the capital circle continued to spread throughout Korea. Since August 14, the cumulative number of new cases in South Korea in the past eight days is close to 2000. Zheng Yinjing, head of the central epidemic prevention strategy department, said at a press conference that the risk of the epidemic spreading to the whole country is increasing. In addition to Jeju Road, confirmed cases were found in other 16 channels in South Korea, and the scope of infection was further expanded. Cases occurred in medical institutions, sanatoriums, kindergartens and other facilities.

, who presided over the emergency meeting of the new crown epidemic prevention in Seoul on the same day, said that “strict measures” should be taken to deal with acts that hamper epidemiological investigation or epidemic prevention measures, including legal responsibility in violation of the law of infectious disease management or moon Jae in connection with suspected crimes of public execution. South Korea’s minister of justice, kyu meiai, and other officials released a “talk to the people” on the 21st, announcing that the government would severely punish all criminal acts that maliciously obstruct the prevention and control of the epidemic situation in accordance with the law. Behaviors that hinder epidemic prevention and control mainly include violating the order of restricted gathering, obstructing epidemiological investigation with forged materials, violence against epidemic prevention personnel, not answering the phone calls of epidemic prevention departments, escaping from isolation points, and collective refusal to accept virus testing, she said. South Korea’s Quanzhou city epidemic prevention department reported on the 21st that a local judge tested positive for new coronavirus. This is the first case of infection confirmed by an in-service judge in South Korea, Yonhap reported. According to the local epidemic prevention department, the infected judge is in his 40s and works in the prefectural district court. Epidemic prevention personnel are conducting an epidemiological investigation to determine the infection route of the judge. The judge is believed to have been to Seoul and Gyeonggi province last weekend. He returned to his residence in Daejeon on the 17th, and returned to Quanzhou the next day. He developed symptoms on the 19th, and was tested for new coronavirus on the 20th and was diagnosed in the morning of 21st, the Yonhap news agency reported. The State District Court said the judge did not conduct any trials this week and had been wearing a mask during his work. At present, the court has postponed all trials scheduled for the 21st. It has urgently disinfected the 11 storey office building. Almost all staff members of the court are required to go home and stand by. The 7th floor where the office of the sick judge is located is completely closed. The court administration of South Korea proposed on the 21st that all courts in the country should suspend court hearings for two weeks starting from the 24th, in order to help curb the spread of the epidemic.