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The official responded that foreigners cut in the queue for nucleic acid testing without discriminat

On April 1, when a community health service center in Laoshan District lined up to detect nucleic acid, three foreigners forcibly jumped in the queue. After being denounced by the citizens in the normal queue, a foreigner threw the documents in the residents' hands on the ground and shouted, 'Chinese people go out'.

On this matter, the Information Office of Laoshan District People's government issued a microblog response in the early morning of the 2nd:

In response to the problem of jumping in line at the scene of nucleic acid detection and sampling of three foreigners by Laoshan District CDC on April 1, the relevant departments are further investigating and verifying. Next, according to the investigation and verification, the Chinese and foreigners will be treated equally, and the investigation results will be released to the public in time.

At 20:00 on April 1, the official wechat of Qingdao Laoshan District Health Bureau 'Laoshan health and family planning official wechat' also issued an apology for this matter for the first time, saying that it would strengthen service management and order guidance, and take effective measures to maintain on-site order.

Source: Peninsula Network