Our hospital completed the first inoculation of the new crown vaccine
To strengthen the prevention and control of campus epidemics, build a strong immune barrier, and protect the lives, health, and safety of teachers and students, according to the unified deployment of the headquarters of the New Crown Pneumonia Prevention and Control Work Leadership Group of the Autonomous Region, guidance will be given to the Qingxiu District Health Bureau and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Under the multi-departmental linkage of our hospital, we cooperated with Langdon Hospital of Nanning First People’s Hospital, Health Examination Center (Jinpu Road), Nanhu Community Health Service Center in Qingxiu District, and Fenglin Community Health Service Center in Qingxiu District. On the 17th, a temporary vaccination site was set up in our hospital and completed the first injection of the new crown vaccine for 6,146 teachers, students, and employees. College leaders Li Chenglin, Liang Tianjian, Fu Peng, and Zhao Bin took turns to guide the work and take the lead in vaccinating. Teachers and student volunteers from various departments maintained order on the scene.
To standardize the new crown vaccination work in colleges and universities, the Qingxiu District Health Bureau and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, together with the vaccination unit, fully communicated and arranged the site selection, setting, and staffing of the temporary vaccination site in our hospital in advance, and coordinated implementation. The hospital dispatched ambulances, professionals, and other stations to carry out medical emergency support. The college conducts a thorough investigation, mobilizes teachers, students, and employees to complete the pre-registration of vaccination information in advance, widely publicizes the health questionnaire and informed notice, and organizes and trains volunteers to help maintain the order of the vaccination site. The temporary vaccination points in our hospital are closed-loop one-way channels such as entrance pre-inspection and triage, health inquiry and informed notification, registration, waiting for species, vaccination, 30-minute observation, and exit review to sign vaccination certificate. According to Mo Shaofeng, the head of the College’s Epidemic Prevention and Control Office, it was originally planned that our hospital would need to complete 5,600 injections of vaccination in 3 days. Due to the preliminary coordination, multi-departmental coordination, and scheduling, the venues and facilities and the network are smoothly guaranteed, and 72 medical staff There are two echelons to work uninterruptedly. There are 6 sets of vaccination stations and 6 sets of registration stations. The inoculation work is completed efficiently. On the 16th, 3398 injections of vaccination tasks were completed half an hour ahead of schedule, with an average rate of 300 people/hour, on the 17th The CDC provided an additional 800 vaccines to our hospital to meet the various needs of teachers, students, and staff, and completed the first vaccination task of our hospital in advance with high efficiency. No adverse reactions due to vaccination have been found among teachers and students. Case.
College leaders inspect the scene
College leaders take the lead in vaccination