China increases medical services in COVID-19 hotspots

China has taken multiple measures to ensure that its citizens have access to medical services. Fever clinics have been opened in many cities to provide medical treatment, while health centers in rural areas have set up fever clinics with medical staff on duty 24 hours a day. In elderly care facilities, the provision of medical services is a priority, and local civil affairs departments have been ordered to carry out thorough investigations to assess drug reserves, medical treatment, health services, vaccination services and emergency response capabilities. Additionally, emergency medicines such as antipyretic drugs have been stockpiled in rural areas. These measures demonstrate China's commitment to providing accessible medical services to its citizens and ensuring the safety of all. By creating fever clinics, ensuring medical staff is on duty at all times, and stockpiling emergency medicines, China is making sure that its citizens have access to the medical treatment they need.


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