The Chinese Embassy in Gabon reminds Chinese citizens in Canada to reduce unnecessary travel
China News Network, February 13th According to the website of the Chinese Embassy in Gabon, on February 12, the Gabonese government held a press conference to announce a new round of measures to strengthen the prevention and control of the epidemic. The main contents are as follows:
- Starting from February 13 (Saturday), the curfew will be adjusted from 18:00 to 5:00 the next day.
Second, gatherings of more than 30 people are prohibited.
- To enter restaurants and hotels, you must present a negative nucleic acid test certificate issued within one week.
International flights have been reduced to 2 flights per airline per week. Passengers taking international flights must present a negative nucleic acid test certificate within 72 hours before boarding. International passengers arriving at Libreville Leon Mba International Airport are required to undergo a second nucleic acid test to continue their travel.
Domestic flights have been reduced to 2 flights per city per week, and passengers must present a negative nucleic acid test certificate issued within a week.
Six. From February 15th (Monday), except with special permission or a negative nucleic acid test certificate issued within one week, it is prohibited to enter the Greater Libreville area (Libreville, Owendo, Akanda, Ntum) and the inland provinces.
The Chinese Embassy in Gabon once again reminded Chinese citizens in Canada to pay close attention to the outbreak report of the Canadian Ministry of Health, reduce unnecessary travel, and scientifically and effectively prevent it.
- Strengthen the reserve of daily necessities, reduce unnecessary going out, avoid group activities, take public transportation or go to crowded places, and pay attention to wearing masks when going out.
Second, do a good job of hygiene protection, wash your hands frequently, rinse your mouth frequently, and avoid direct contact with your mouth, eyes, and nose with your hands exposed to the external environment. The residence is ventilated and disinfected regularly.
- If you feel unwell, take measures such as home isolation and observation as appropriate. If symptoms such as fever, cough, or dyspnea occur, they should contact the Canadian Health Department (1410) in time to accept relevant diagnosis and treatment arrangements and report to the embassy.
Fourth, do not believe in rumors, do not spread rumors, do not panic, scientifically prevent the epidemic, keep in touch with domestic family members, and report safety in time.
Gabon’s Ministry of Health’s new crown pneumonia epidemic hotline: 1410
Consular protection and assistance telephone number of the Embassy in Gabon: +241-66150928