Beijing, 26th November, 2020 (BISTU)— Accompanied by Deputy Secretary Zhou Zhicheng of CCP BISTU Committee, Secretary Chen Qinghua of Disciplinary Inspection Committee of CCP BISTU Committee, Vice President Yu Shijie and directors of relating divisions, Secretary Wang Chuanliang of CCP BISTU Committee inspects the normalized epidemic containment at the University on 25th November 2020.
In the University Clinic, Wang Chuanliang carefully enquires about the reception procedures and clinical consultation of students. He checks the stock of epidemic prevention materials and stresses that this winter, together with the coming spring, would be a key period for epidemic containment. He tells the medical staff to improve self-protection while serving the safety of health of students and faculties.
Then Wang Chuanliang visits the university Canteen to inspect management of cold chain foods. Learning about the channels of purchase and the use of cold chain foods, he emphasizes that strict management shall be imposed upon purchase of cold chain foods and precautions shall be taken to protect the health of staff workers in cold chain. Meanwhile, focus shall also be laid on management of kitchens to ensure food sanitation and safety.
Reports on normalized epidemic containment are delivered respectively by the faculties’ working group and students’ working group for BISTU epidemic containment.
Wang Chuanliang stresses that the decisions of Central Party Committee and Beijing Municipality shall be firmly, seriously implemented. We shall consistently pay adequate attention to measures concerning normalized epidemic containment and to consolidate the achievements we have made in prevention and control of the epidemic. No slacking would be found in epidemic containment and emergency plans shall be further perfected while greatly improving our competence in responding to emergencies. We are to invest both efforts and love into epidemic containment to actually ensure health and safety of students, faculties and staff.
Yu Shijie points out that coordination of all working groups is very necessary for normalized epidemic containment. The winter is a special period when preparations shall be made to respond to possible fluctuations in epidemic containment. Attention shall be also given to dynamic changes of national epidemic containment. And measures related to epidemic containment are to be taken based on established working plans and emergency plans.