The spokesperson of the Labor and Welfare Bureau said today (10th) that Sun Yuhan, director of the Labor and Welfare Bureau, tested positive for the rapid antigen test of the new coronavirus and is now being quarantined in accordance with the guidelines of the Center for Health Protection of the Department of Health.
The last day he went to work was this Thursday (8th). He was required to undergo home quarantine the next day due to the diagnosis of a family member who lived with him. The test was negative at that time.
According to the Bureau of Labor and Welfare, Sun Yuhan last went to work on December 8. She wore a mask and followed relevant epidemic prevention measures while working, and regularly underwent nucleic acid testing or rapid antigen testing. She has no recent travel history.
The bureau will thoroughly clean and disinfect the relevant offices, and will continue to strictly implement various epidemic prevention measures.
Sun Yuhan was diagnosed by a family member who lived with her. Starting yesterday, she will be quarantined at home according to the guidelines of the Center for Health Protection. During the quarantine period, she will work from home.
He has been conducting regular nucleic acid tests for the new coronavirus. He had a nucleic acid test the day before yesterday, and yesterday's rapid antigen test results were all negative.
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