Nucleic acid testing in many parts of the country began to charge in November

New crown vaccine for inhalation opened in Jiangsu, and nucleic acid testing began to be charged in many parts of the country in November

According to the news from the public website of Kangxinuo Biologicals, after Shanghai opened the inhalation vaccination of the Neocrown vaccine, thirteen cities in Jiangsu Province have also started the deployment of the inhalation Neocrown vaccine.

Among them, Wuxi, Huai’an and Yangzhou are the first cities to open the appointment and vaccination of the recombinant new coronavirus vaccine (type 5 adenovirus vector) for inhalation.

The new coronavirus vaccine for inhalation is identical to the vaccine formula used in the “one-shot vaccine” of KangXinuo Biologics.

Without changing the composition of the vaccine, the vaccine can be nebulized into tiny droplets and administered by “oral inhalation of the respiratory tract”.

In addition, according to the surging news, on the evening of October 31, Guiyang City, Guizhou Province, issued a “Guiyang City issued notice on the normalization of nucleic acid testing.

It emphasizes that from November 1, in addition to free nucleic acid testing for some risky people, other people need to be tested at their own expense according to the principle of “test as much as you want”.

People can go to various nucleic acid sampling sites at their own expense, according to their needs for nucleic acid testing results in their work and life.

Recently, Hunan, Sichuan, Gansu, and Guangdong have also announced charges for regular nucleic acid testing, about 3.5 to 4 yuan per person for mixed tests, and 16 yuan per person for single tests.

According to Science and Technology Daily, Wang Guiqiang, director of the Department of Infectious Diseases at Peking University First Hospital, recently conducted a discussion on “neocoronavirus infection is a self-limiting disease.

He said that from the pathogenic point of view, neo-coronavirus infection does not appear to be a chronic disease, indicating that it can be cleared by the immune system in the body and is therefore self-limiting.

However, Wang Guiqiang also pointed out that the direct damage caused by the neo-coronavirus can be “self-limiting”, but the associated harm caused by it is difficult to be “self-limiting” and still requires standardized treatment.

Serious illnesses and deaths show that the damage caused by neo-coronavirus to organs is not “self-limiting” and requires timely treatment. (Surfing News, Science and Technology Daily, “Kangxinuo Biological” public number)

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