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Xinjiang and Tibet epidemics in the eyes of a tourist: when the number of tourists hits a new high, the situation is doomed

Time:2023-02-04 00:50:47 source:karavanrehberim.com author:mountain climbing Read:664次
Xinjiang and Tibet epidemics in the eyes of a tourist: when the number of tourists hits a new high, the situation is doomed

Most of the places I traveled this year had outbreaks before and after, such as Tibet, Xinjiang, Qinghai, and the situation was quite serious. However, you don't have to look at me with the eyes of a monster. I didn't spread the epidemic, and I don't have a lucky star on my head. I had been away from these places for a while when the pandemic hit. When the outbreak occurred in these places, the first feeling of many people was shock. Especially in Tibet, in the opinion of many people, it is impossible for an epidemic to occur in Tibet. But in my opinion, the outbreak of the epidemic is a very normal cause and effect, and what should come will come. The root cause of the epidemic in these places is precisely because there has been no epidemic in these places before!

Why do you say that?

My travel route this year is to go from Sichuan to Tibet, then take the Xinzang Line to Xinjiang, then Qinghai, and return home from the east. Previously, I have been visiting Tibet for two consecutive years. Why did I visit Tibet again this year? This is of course because the mountains and rivers of Tibet are particularly attractive, but this is not the most important reason. The factors that most influenced my decision are: Tibet's summer is cool and there is no epidemic. Summer resorts in the east, such as Mount Wutai, are small areas. Tourists go to play, at best, it is a one or two day trip. Tibet is different, almost the whole territory is cool. If you want to travel for a while, you probably have no better choice than Tibet. It is not satisfactory to go to Xinjiang to escape the summer heat, and the northern Xinjiang is also cool in summer. The epidemic is a more important consideration. Since the outbreak of the new crown epidemic, Tibet has always been a pure land. Except for one imported case in the first year, there has been no epidemic for several years. The situation in Xinjiang is also good. At least this year, when the tourist season arrives, there has been no epidemic. These are the reasons why I went to Tibet for the third consecutive year. Before leaving, I thought about many routes, but finally decided to go to Tibet again. I'm a mortal who occasionally does crazy things, but not quite maverick. I believe that many tourists to Tibet this year have the same mental journey as me. In fact, there are indeed a lot of tourists entering Tibet and Xinjiang this year. Before the outbreak, there was news that Xinjiang had a record number of tourists this year. Although there is no such news in Tibet, if there are similar statistics, it is estimated that it will be a historical record. In some scenic spots in Tibet, the number of tourists exceeds the reception capacity. Aside from what the media said, from what I have seen and heard personally, there are indeed enough tourists in Tibet and Xinjiang this year. The traffic flow on the Sichuan-Tibet South Line and the Duku Highway is very large, and popular scenic spots are also frequent. There is crowding.

Tourist's fault?

Are the epidemics in Xinjiang and Tibet caused by tourists? I'm afraid it's not clear now. I think, even if not brought by tourists, tourists contributed to the spread of the epidemic. However, I stand firm against criticism of tourists. This is not wrong, nor is it a moral issue. Eating, visiting supermarkets, going out to work, traveling for business, studying abroad, and visiting parks will also contribute to the spread of the epidemic. Is this all wrong? Tourism is only one of the industries hurt by the epidemic, and it is the one that has been hurt the most. Now, the land is not easy to sell. I don’t know how many cities are planning to make up for the big hole in real estate through tourism! For these cities, and for practitioners of scenic spots, restaurants and hotels, the arrival of tourists is not a kind of virtue? Before the outbreak, the epidemic prevention measures in Xinjiang and Tibet were actually quite strict. When I entered Tibet, the staff checked my itinerary code and nucleic acid report, and the checkpoints in the area also checked the itinerary code; Xinjiang does not recognize nucleic acid reports from other provinces, and all inbound personnel must undergo a nucleic acid test. I remember that a few days before I arrived in these two provinces, I was asked to do the nucleic acid again (the staff in the prefecture and city required it, not at the provincial level). The question is are such measures sufficient? We know that the new crown virus is very cunning. Some people are infected with the virus, but they cannot be detected, or they need to be tested multiple times to detect it. In addition, this disease has an incubation period, and people who have just been infected will most likely not be able to detect it. On the other hand, nucleic acid tests sometimes give false positives, which are so-called false positives. Therefore, nucleic acid reports are not 100% accurate. In other words, the nucleic acid test for entry can only block most of the dangers of infection, but not all. So, when you hear that these two provinces are seeing record numbers of tourists, you should be able to guess what's going on today. Note: I am not criticizing the two provinces for failing to do a good job in epidemic prevention. How strict do you expect the measures to be? If you want to completely stop the spread of the epidemic, I am afraid that the only way to close the city and the province is really effective, right? In fact, epidemic prevention is just to find a balance between cost and effect. Is the epidemic in the eastern provinces one after another because the epidemic prevention policy is not strict enough? However, in my opinion, the current epidemic prevention measures do have a weak link, which is the management of transit personnel. At present, there are mainly two aspects of strict control in various places: entry verification and community control. However, for those who do not enter the community and pass by, the control is relatively loose. It is indeed very difficult to control this part of the people. He has a green code and does not stay for a long time. What else can you ask him to do? Even the minimum three-day, two-check can't be implemented, because he can't wait for three days before he goes to the next place. This problem exists all over the country, and of course Xinjiang and Tibet are no exception. However, the effect is different. In the mainland, there are many local people and few passers-by, so it has little impact if they are not controlled. Tibet and Xinjiang have more tourists, even more than the locals. The ground in these two provinces is too large, and tourists have to enjoy the scenery. Therefore, if they cannot walk fast, most tourists stay for ten days, half a month, or even several months. I traveled in these two provinces, except for the first few days, there are no special requirements later. Sometimes I just happen to encounter a local nucleic acid for the whole people, and I will follow it. But it just happened by coincidence, they didn't inform me at all. This wave of epidemics in Tibet and Xinjiang is relatively serious, which shows that the virus has been spreading for a while without being discovered. I have a bad idea, maybe it is feasible: it is not acceptable for the floating population to be managed by the community. These two major tourism provinces can require incoming tourists to keep nucleic acid results within three days at any time. If there is, he can scan the code to stay at the store, eat, enter the supermarket, and visit the scenic spot; if not, he will be asked to do it by a pop-up window. Then, the money for nucleic acid can be waived for tourists as long as they have tickets for scenic spots or proof of hotel accommodation in recent days. The nucleic acid validity period required by many places is 48 hours, which is really not enough. If you do it in the morning, you will get the result in the afternoon, use it for one day the next day, and it will expire on the third day. I think 72 hours is more reasonable. Also, as long as he does it, he can use it without waiting for the result to come out. If you have to wait for the results to come out, this is too traumatic, and sometimes it means that nothing can be done on this day. The scope of this regular nucleic acid does not need to be too large, and it does not have to be a national nucleic acid. These two provinces are vast and sparsely populated, and the risk of intra-community transmission is low; as long as the floating population is concerned, the epidemic will not develop. I'm not Chuck, I'm just a traveler. The above views are very crude, everyone can take a look and laugh. However, the epidemic has had a huge impact on everyone's life. Some practices are well-intentioned, but maybe we simply can't hide behind a moat forever. Is there such a possibility, now is that time? ...

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