Original title: the Chinese medical team is here! The president of Serbia picks up at the airport and kisses the five-star red flag
At 19:30 local time on March 21, China’s medical team of six experts assisting Serbia arrived at Belgrade International Airport. Along with the special plane, there are more than ten tons of anti epidemic materials such as respirators, masks, kits and so on urgently raised by the Chinese government. President Vucci of Serbia, Minister of health, Minister of national defense and other government officials waited on the tarmac. Vucci and members of the medical team touched each other, expressing warm welcome and sincere thanks.
Later, Vucci gave a affectionate kiss on the five-star red flag to show his deep gratitude for the support and help of the Chinese government and people during Serbia’s difficult period, which made many people at the scene moved.
China’s anti epidemic expert group to Serbia has 6 people, respectively from Guangdong Provincial Center for disease control, people’s Hospital, the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat sen University and the Third Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat sen University, including infectious disease control, respiratory and critical illness, infection, psychology and other majors.
“We are going to share our experience in prevention and control in China, including some practices in Guangdong, such as” four early morning and four concentration “, some screening and isolation measures for close contacts of patients, etc.” Peng Zhiqiang, head of China’s anti epidemic expert group to Serbia and deputy director of the Institute of infectious disease prevention and control of Guangdong Provincial Center for disease control, said.
According to the data released by the Ministry of health of Serbia at 18:00 on March 21, 171 cases were confirmed in the whole country, 672 samples were tested, and one patient died on March 20. China novel coronavirus nucleic acid test kit was delivered to Serbia in March 15th. President Vucic of Serbia announced a nationwide emergency and asked China for help. The first batch of 1000 new coronavirus nucleic acid test kits donated to China last night.