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Decoding the "China Speed" of nucleic acid testing

Decoding the "China Speed" of nucleic acid testing

 Can you stand it if you don’t eat, drink or go to the bathroom, and work intensively all night for 12 hours? This situation happened to Li Xiuping, a girl born in 1995, and her colleagues.

Li Xiuping, born in 1996, is a member of the nucleic acid testing laboratory of a hospital in Shenzhen, Guangdong. These days, the nucleic acid laboratory staff work in two shifts and operate 24 hours a day. They enter the laboratory at 6 pm and come out at 6 am. They do not eat or drink for 12 hours. They will be replaced by another group of colleagues during the day. In order to speed up nucleic acid detection, Li Xiuping has developed the ability to twist the tube with one hand. To extract a test tube sample, you need to unscrew it once and then tighten it again. In one shift, she has a record of more than 2,000 single-handed screwings, which is equivalent to 2.78 single-handed screwings per minute and lasts for 12 hours.

Li Xiuping's deeds rushed into the hot search, and netizens praised this: "Thank you for sticking to it! You have worked hard!" "Salute to the people who are fighting on the anti-epidemic front!"

Since the normalization of epidemic prevention and control, every large-scale nucleic acid test has been inseparable from the hard work of the staff. There are many other workers like Li Xiuping who are fighting on the front line of the epidemic. They spare no effort and commitment in their jobs, and they have acquired a lot of new skills: some learn to wear protective clothing in 3 minutes, some learn to set up emergency quarantine tents, some learn to provide psychological counseling to the masses at the centralized isolation observation point...

Every "new skill" is actually a "heart skill". This is an expression of the love of countless staff to the tens of thousands of people who need to be guarded. The starting point and the end of everything are people. "The people are supreme, life is supreme" has been turned into real actions by countless silent heroes. Among them are frontline samplers, medical workers, people's police, and communities. Cadres, there are volunteers... Thanks to the nucleic acid tester represented by Li Xiuping, who is paying tribute to all the people who have worked hard on the battle against the epidemic.

When an epidemic strikes, it is necessary to identify the infected person as soon as possible, and the speed of nucleic acid detection is crucial. Only when the speed of detection exceeds the speed of the spread of the epidemic can the epidemic be effectively controlled. Since last year, many cities in China have carried out full-staff nucleic acid testing, and the time required for nucleic acid testing is getting shorter and shorter.

How is this done? In addition to the hard work of the inspectors, scientific inspection methods are also indispensable. For example, a 1:10 mixed test is used. During the test, the samples of 10 people to be tested are mixed together for testing. If the result is negative, it means that these 10 people are all negative. Otherwise, you can quickly take measures against these 10 people and perform the test separately. Detection or synchronization isolation, which greatly improves the detection efficiency. In addition, many places have also established a unified platform for nucleic acid testing information, which integrates the entire process of appointment, sampling, testing, and result inquiry, which greatly saves time and labor costs.

It is precisely because there are countless lovely and dedicated people like Li Xiuping who stick to their posts, supported by scientific and efficient detection methods, the speed of nucleic acid detection in China has shocked the world time and time again.

The latest data shows that the cumulative sampling in Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province in 3 days reached 18.96967 million times, and according to the seventh census data, the permanent population of Guangzhou in 2020 was 18.6766 million. In other words, Guangzhou completed the nucleic acid sampling of the city's population in 3 days!

The "Chinese speed" of nucleic acid testing is amazing, and it makes people sigh-the Chinese are always very well protected by the bravest of them! While we are proud of this, we must add more fuel, continue to wear masks and get vaccinated as soon as possible, so as to contribute to the complete eradication of the haze of the new crown pneumonia epidemic.



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Decoding the "China Speed" of nucleic acid testing
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