A foreigner receives a nucleic acid test on a temporary inspection point in Shanghai on March 21, 2020. [Photo by Gao Erqiang / chinadaily.com.cn]

The Shanghai Yangshan station Immigration Inspection issued its emergency first temporary entry permits this year on Tuesday to secure a crew member of an international shipping company received timely medical treatment, according to a press release from the station.

The temporary entry permit emergency valid for 15 days issued to a member Singapore crew with Maersk Shipping Company who suffered a perianal abscess during the trip, according to the press press.

permission is also the first of its kind in Shanghai has issued since China temporarily suspended the entry of foreigners with valid permits and residence visas on March 28 to curb the spread of COVID-19.

according to the inspection station which received the application form for emergency medical treatment on April 5.

station soon c ontacted units relevant port to formulate a rescue plan closed for crewmember and the same time checking the travel route and travel teams advance to know their health situation and the epidemic before the ship docked.

He also confirmed that the crew member of Singapore negative test COVID-19.

The crew member was diagnosed first with abscess perianal subcutaneous in Beilun Port in Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, where the vessel in contact with the medical staff there to diagnose remote video 3 of April.

Although a drain the abscess was suggested to the man, he managed to keep sailing with the boat to Yangshan port with some oral medication.

with the close cooperation of border inspection, shipowners and ports, the station sent police to conduct border inspection and clearance procedures on the ladder of the ship.

An ambulance man then sent directly to the Shanghai Sixth People's Hospital for treatment isolation, where he received a second test to COVID-19 to ensure effective receiving medical treatment.

heqi@chinadaily.com.cn



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