Since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, under strong leadership and deployment of CPC GMU Committee, Logistics Management Office (Logistics Group) has given a top priority to pandemic prevention and control and taken the initiative to work hard and overcome difficulties in detailed implementation of pandemic prevention and control.
All staff worked together to fight against the pandemic and create a university-wide "safety net". The closed-off management was implemented in all campuses strictly in accordance with the university's requirements. Teaching and medical staff must register with relevant certificates or through scanning health code, when entering campuses. Unauthorized persons or vehicles should not enter campuses. As of June, visitors to campuses (including maintenance contractors, constructors and property service personnel) had registered for 35107 (person-times), scanned health code for 35107 (person-times), including zero person born in Hubei Province or with abnormal results of health code scanning or body temperature check. Those handling relevant affairs on our campuses (including staff from the identification center) had registered for 102,602 (person-times) and scanned health code for 57,125 (person-times), and the staff of our campuses had persuaded relevant personnel not to enter for 51,325 (person-times). There had been 57,819 visiting vehicles, including 14,572 vehicles that were persuaded not to enter; and people entering campuses by vehicles had obtained normal body temperature check results for 117,160 (person-times) and no one had abnormal body temperature. We have been carefully conducting disinfection. During the class resumption, our staff clean and disinfect more than 800 student dormitory rooms and 78149.59㎡ public areas with around 120kg.disinfectant solution and around 40 liters of 75% alcohol on average every day. There are 465 bottles of hand sanitizer and 270 bottles of disposable hand sanitizer in public washrooms around the university. Besides, there are 3300 indoor disinfection sprayers available in the student dormitory. We've been actively conducting prevention and control publicity with a total of 42 bulletin boards and 467 signs and posters.
We clearly perform relevant tasks to accelerate the class resumption. We insist on checking and registering body temperature for our staff every day; review physical conditions for 607 employees and merchant partners to return to work and organize them to have nucleic acid testing (NAT) (for 51 person-times) and physical examination (for 71 people) at the University-town Hospital; paste one-meter mark lines and use segregation boards between tables in all canteens; and actively implement the operating procedures for supermarket, express and other businesses on campuses to ensure the supplies after the class resumption. So far, we've reopened 118 stores, and cleaned and disinfected 580 isolation rooms and prepared relevant supplies.
We conduct higher-quality fine management and provide services in detail. We've sent a total of 12,285 meals for more than 1,400 students in isolation on campuses and at the University-town Hospital; inspected the septic tanks and sand sediment traps in student dormitories and some office buildings (rather than the school infirmary in isolation) on the three campuses overtime, and dredged and cleaned a total of 46 septic tanks and 657 sand sediment traps; completed the inspection and maintenance for lighting fixtures, flushing valves, taps, feed piping, switches and sockets in all rooms of student dormitories No. 1-9 in the South Campus, and repaired a total of 4,581; completed the reconstruction of water pipes and pipe clamps in 800 rooms of student dormitories No. 4-5 in the South Campus; repaired 3651 doors and windows, furniture, sewers and other woodworking tools in student dormitories in the South Campus; repaired and replaced 111 urinals, 10 floor drains, 102-meter drainage pipeline, 198 aluminous gusset plate for ceiling, two glasses for observation elevator, 1 set of fireproof door for machine room, and 2 sets of fireproof doors for power distribution well; timely addressed 23 elevator malfunctions; assisted all departments in placing desks, tables and chairs, building tents and fences, setting warning lines, laying carpets, and doing other relevant work; checked body temperature for more than 13,000 students returning to the university in five batches overtime; arranged rooms for students under quarantine for more than 1,500 person-times; transported anti-pandemic materials for more than 700 kilometers as well as more than 300 students returning to the North Campus; increased a shuttle bus at 22:00 every day on the premise of maintaining the original 9 shuttle buses unchanged, receiving praise from all teachers and students; and dispatched shuttle buses for more than 340 times and completed the total mileage of more than 28,160 kilometers during the class resumption.
We cannot relax our pandemic prevention and control at all. All logistics staff have been taking reliable, feasible and practical measures to ensure the class resumption with great efforts at the critical moment. On the premise of a tightly woven "safety net" on campuses, we push the "fast-forward" for the class resumption and carefully, patiently and skillfully perform all logistics services to promote the class resumption.