Perfect World One Intern Excludes Coronavirus Infection
Employees entering and leaving the perfect world have put on masks.
Beijing News (Reporter Ying Yue) On the evening of January 20, it was reported that an intern at Beijing Perfect World had been diagnosed with the new coronavirus-infected pneumonia. The company had already taken a holiday in advance and closed the building. This afternoon (January 21), Perfect World ’s official Weibo posted a statement stating that the intern had been ruled out by local hospitals and had ruled out the possibility of coronavirus infectious pneumonia.
At noon on January 21, the reporter came to Perfect World, which is still accessible here and has not been closed. Photography / Beijing News reporter Wang Fei
The description stated that after returning to his hometown on the 20th, a perfect world intern went to a local hospital for treatment. The hospital was suspected of being infected with coronavirus-infected pneumonia. After checking the blood and body fluids, the intern was notified of the diagnosis and was immediately diagnosed. Local hospital isolation.
After receiving the news, Perfect World internally notified all employees of the next day to take a holiday and disinfected the building as a whole. It measured the body temperature and distributed protective items such as masks for a small number of employees who remained at their posts. The latest news on the morning of January 21, the intern of the suspected case was further examined by the local hospital, and the possibility of coronavirus infectious pneumonia has been ruled out, and treatment is currently being resumed.
There is a temperature detector at the door of Perfect World, and the staff put on a mask.Photography / Beijing News reporter Wang Fei
This afternoon, a reporter from the Beijing News visited Perfect World Building and found that there is a temperature detector at the gate. All staff need to take a temperature test to enter the building.
In addition, employees who came in and out of the perfect world also wore masks. An internal employee confirmed to reporters that on the evening of January 20, the company notified employees to take a holiday in advance. At present, most employees have returned home, and a small number of employees are working in the company.
Beijing News reporter Ying Yue, photo reporter Wang Fei
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