CHINA Officials in Ejina Banner of China's Inner Mongolia held accountable for failing to perform duties in COVID-19 fight

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Officials in Ejina Banner of China's Inner Mongolia held accountable for failing to perform duties in COVID-19 fight

By Lin Rui | People's Daily app

19:54, October 23, 2021

A medical worker collects a swab sample at a nucleic acid testing site in Ejina Banner, North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Oct 20, 2021. (Photo: CFP)

In Ejina Banner, North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, several officials have so far been held accountable for failing to perform their COVID-19 epidemic prevention and control duties, according to a notice released on the local government's website on Saturday.

The public servants include staff from the Health Committee, Public Security Bureau, People's Hospital, Civil Affairs Bureau and other relevant departments in Ejina Banner.

As of Saturday at 10:30 am, a total of 24 confirmed cases were reported in the Ejina Banner outbreak.


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