What you should do if your Yukang Code turns orange?
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- From September 12, regular nucleic acid testing started to be carried out in downtown Chongqing, and citizens should receive a nucleic acid test once a week (7 days). On September 18, it is the last day of the weekly regular nucleic acid testing. Yukang Codes of those who haven't received any nucleic acid test from September 12 to September 19 will be accompanied with an orange pop-up window! What you should do if your Yukang Code is given an orange pop-up window? Don't worry, the reporter will answer for you.
1. Who should receive the regular nucleic acid testing in downtown Chongqing?
The regular nucleic acid testing aims at the permanent residents, temporary residents and temporary mobile population in the downtown areas, including the foreign population.
2. What would happen to those who have not received any nucleic acid testing from September 12 to September 18?
They would receive SMS reminders, and their Yukang Codes would be given an orange pop-up window, which can affect their access to public places and public transportation.
3. What should I do if my Yukang Code is given an orange pop-up window?
The orange pop-up window will disappear once you take a nucleic acid test. For those with black-and-white op-ups, red codes or yellow codes, their Yukang Codes remain unchanged.
4. Who can skip regular nucleic acid testing?
People from high and low risk areas and temporary control areas, those isolated at the centralized isolation areas or home, those under health monitoring, 20 population groups under key monitoring, as well as students in schools and colleges should carry out regular nucleic acid testing in accordance with the relevant regulations; persons with limited mobility, infants and children can skip regular nucleic acid testing.
5. How to calculate the time period of regular nucleic acid testing after 00:00 on September 19?
The first week of regular nucleic acid sampling in Chongqing starts from September 12 to September 18. The date of testing on the second week depends on the individual testing date of the last week. For example, if you receive nucleic acid testing at 8:00 p.m. on September 20, your next nucleic acid testing should be completed before 8:00 p.m. on September 26. (Translated by Cai Xinyu, Fathom Language Limited)