Courts nationwide provide targeted services during epidemic
To better manage passengers returning to Yong’an, a city in Southeast China’s Fujian province, for work, the local court deployed its judicial police force to the city’s South Railway Station on March 10 to carry out the prevention measures including registering personal information.
|A judicial police officer helps a passenger at Yong’an South Railway Station. [Photo/court.gov.cn]|
“I failed to contribute to my country during the period of epidemic prevention. I hope make contributions now by donating my plasma,” said Ma Ji, a judicial police officer at a court in the city of Xiangyang in Hubei province.
Ma was unfortunately infected with the novel coronavirus before the Spring Festival. After recovering from the disease and released from the quarantine, he immediately went to a hospital to have his plasma donated.
|Ma Ji donates his plasma. [Photo/court.gov.cn]|
In Zhenjiang, a city in East China’s Jiangsu province, a grassroots court joined hands with a local judicial station to provide the legal consultation service at a construction site, answering questions from migrant workers about legal issues arising from the epidemic.
|A judge in Zhenjiang answers questions from a migrant worker. [Photo/court.gov.cn]|