December 23, 2013
China news agency, Guangzhou, December 23 (Reporter Suo Youwei) - The Guangdong provincial government has sent five teams to the province over the supervision and supervision of human infection with H7N9 avian influenza cases.
Vice Governor of Guangdong Province, said Lin Shaochun 23, 2009, at present, to further implement departmental responsibilities to perform their duties and concentrate all forces to prevent and control the epidemic, to minimize human infection and mortality.
Lin Shaochun 23, presided over a meeting to hear reports on the situation of each steering group supervision, analyzing current human infection with H7N9 avian influenza situation, analyze problems, study and plan the next step prevention and control work. He said, from the inspection situation across the province in accordance with the Guangdong provincial government's deployment, strengthen joint prevention and control, effective and orderly conduct of the prevention and control work.
The inspection work for the problem found, Lin Shaochun said, the country, the relevant units, especially health, agriculture, industry and commerce, forestry and food and drug supervision departments to promptly address gaps, loopholes and effectively to people infected with the H7N9 bird flu prevention and control measures implemented.
Recently, agriculture, commerce, forestry and other sectors should also study issued guidance to enhance the live poultry farms and live poultry wholesale trade, and standardize management wildfowl transactions.
To further improve the grassroots medical institutions, medical institutions H7N9 detection device configuration, testing business to strengthen the medical staff training to improve detection capabilities, so early detection, early treatment, early treatment.
Lin Shaochun said that the country, the relevant units must be mentally prepared to fight a protracted war, ideologically more attention, want to learn more on ways to measure the implementation of a more pragmatic, comprehensive good winter and spring of human infection with H7N9 avian influenza.