NW China's Baoji implements three-tier triaged treatment protocols to tackle COVID-19 infections

The Chinese Lunar New Year is approaching, and the festival travel rush has begun with passenger trips expected to reach 2 billion, which poses mounting challenges to COVID-19 control in the country, particularly in rural areas. 

In northwest China's Baoji, rural areas have implemented a three-tier triaged treatment protocol. From villages to townships and counties, healthcare institutions at each level have their own responsibilities to shoulder. CGTN visited grassroots clinics in Baoji to learn more about their preparedness for the epidemic wave around the Spring Festival travel rush.

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