Outbreak of upper respiratory tract infection in 171 schools

novel coronavirus pneumonia is not yet reported. Upper respiratory tract infections have recently been reported among many schools in Hongkong. The Secretary for food and health of the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) announced on the 12th that face-to-face classes in kindergartens and child care centres would be suspended for 14 days from the 14th, and further extension would be considered according to the situation. As of 9:30 am on the 12th, the Hong Kong Department of health has recorded 171 cases of upper respiratory tract infection outbreaks in schools and other places, including 101 cases in kindergartens and child care centers, involving more than 1900 people, Chen Zhaoshi said. She pointed out that novel coronavirus pneumonia was not diagnosed in the upper respiratory tract infection cases, but considering the poor self-care ability of kindergarten students, it is very likely that if the new crown patients are present, they may infect classmates or teachers, and the winter flu peak is approaching. Therefore, kindergartens and nursery centres will be suspended from class teaching from 14 to 27 days. Liao Fengxiang, President of the Hong Kong Kindergarten Association, pointed out that due to the limited tuition fees of non-profit-making kindergartens, it is believed that the suspension of classes will have a greater impact on private kindergartens. She also said that after the resumption of classes, parents would call the school from time to time to check whether the students in the school were infected with the epidemic. If the Education Bureau could uniformly announce the decision to suspend classes, it would be good for the school. I believe parents will accept it. Health is the most important thing. At the same time, she said that children wear masks for a long time, and the number of students taking sick leave is significantly less than before. Therefore, they are optimistic about the epidemic and hope that the situation will not be as bad as expected. The 14 day suspension of classes can also reduce the risk of community outbreak. Lin Cuiling, vice chairman of the Hong Kong Federation of education workers, said that the 14 day suspension is a short-term measure and is expected to have little impact on private schools. However, she said that the suspension was a bit urgent and disrupted the original work of many schools. Fortunately, schools are generally prepared to switch to online video teaching in a short period of time. I believe it will not affect students’ learning progress. You can play with mobile phones during pregnancy, but these four methods of “hurting your fetus” are not advisable. Be careful of the damage to Taibao