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Discussion on Strategies to Improve the Closure Management of Rural Communities in China under COVID-19

Xinle Li, Teli Xin

Abstract


After the outbreak of COVID-19, all departments in China are actively involved in the prevention and control of the epidemic. As the first line of epidemic prevention and control, communities should stand their ground to prevent the occurrence of clustered cases. As a part of the community, the rural community is the weak link in the prevention and control of the epidemic due to the backward health conditions and the low attention of the people in rural areas. This article takes rural communities as the research scope to discuss the problems and improvement measure of rural closure management under COVID-19, so as to strengthen the capability of epidemic prevention and control in rural areas.


Keywords


COVID-19; Rural Communities; Closed Management

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/mmf.v4i3.2606

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