North Hamgyong Province, a northern border area of the country, has taken urgent measures to rapidly tide over the public health crisis, true to the idea and spirit of the eighth meeting and consultative meeting of the Political Bureau of the Eighth Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea.
The province set up more anti-epidemic posts at boundary points of cities and counties including Chongjin and Hoeryong cities and Myongchon County, reinforced and enforced tight closure and quarantine measures according to regions and units, thereby intensively launching a campaign of completely blocking the influx and spread of the malignant virus.
Keeping deep in mind the importance of higher scientific anti-epidemic consciousness, all regions and units are conducting a campaign for informing the working people of relevant treatment methods and hygienic commonsense of the malignant infectious disease.
The Kim Chaek Iron and Steel Complex, Kyongsong Insulator Factory, Kyongsong Ceramic Factory and other major industrial establishments in the province are pushing ahead with production without a hitch as they maintain heightened alertness and massive anti-epidemic atmosphere and strengthen disinfection in keeping with tight closure according to production units.
And the province strictly conducts intensive control and check-up for all residents to find out without omission those who have fever and other abnormal symptoms, quarantine them and take intensive treatment measures.
Medical workers in the province, cities, counties and ris and teachers and students of Chongjin College of Medical Sciences have turned out to enhance the control and check-up of the disease, carefully observe the disease course characters of persons with fever and treat life sewage and pathogenic rubbish from quarantine places as demanded by anti-epidemic regulations.
Kyongsong, Kilju and other counties press on with the supply of medicines, food including subsidiary food and daily necessities to institutions, industrial establishments and residents, and service units are being formed to supply materials for living of local residents.