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China's Red Cross helps curb COVID-19
update:February 04,2021
BEIJING, Feb.4,2021 -- The Red Cross Society of China (RCSC) said Wednesday that it has sent work staff totaling more than 3,500 person-times to help contain COVID-19 in multiple regions since the end of 2020.
Working in 41 aid teams, RCSC staff have been deployed to locations key to epidemic prevention and control, such as checkpoints, quarantine centers, communities and railway stations, according to the organization.
They have helped with neighborhood sanitation, nucleic acid testing, door-to-door screening, psychological counseling, supplies transfer and transport, among others.
So far, RCSC workers have sanitized over 52 million square meters of risk areas, benefiting more than 6.35 million people, according to the RCSC.
Since late last year, China has reported clusters of cases in regions including Beijing, Hebei, Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang. 
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