The red code represents high risk. Health pass code red mainly refers to these groups: personnel from key epidemic prevention and control areas and high-risk areas; Confirmed cases, suspected cases, asymptomatic infections under centralized isolation medical observation; Close contacts who are implementing centralized isolation medical observation; Other personnel who need to be included in the management of high-risk personnel.
The personnel with red code shall immediately report to the local epidemic prevention and control organization or community health service center and disease prevention and control center for centralized isolation medical observation.
Health codes are divided into three colors: red, yellow and green. If the red code is displayed, it shall be centralized or isolated at home for 14 days. After continuously declaring that the health clock is normal for 14 days, it will turn to green code; If the Yellow code is displayed, it shall be centralized or isolated at home for 7 days. After the continuous declaration of health clocking is normal for no more than 7 days, it will turn to green code. Personnel who need to be included in the management of high-risk personnel.
Health pass code yellow mainly includes the following groups: personnel with fever outpatient treatment records within 14 days; Persons with fever, dry cough, shortness of breath and respiratory symptoms; Persons who are abnormal within 14 days in the provincial epidemic database; Patients who have been cured and discharged for less than 14 days after home observation; Asymptomatic infected persons exposed to medical isolation for less than 14 days; Persons from overseas whose isolation period has not expired; Personnel from epidemic risk areas; Other personnel that need to be included in the management of medium risk personnel.
Except for the red and yellow personnel, the health pass codes of other people are green, which can be passed normally.