According to the website of the National Health Commission, the National Health Commission released the report on the 10th. It is mentioned that the monitoring of infectious disease symptoms in schools includes morning and afternoon examination, registration and tracking due to illness and full day health observation. Objective to know whether the students have fever, cough, headache, sore throat, parotid gland enlargement, abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, rash, dizziness, fatigue, conjunctival congestion and other symptoms, as well as the time and place of the symptoms. The type of symptom monitoring can be increased or adjusted according to the epidemic situation of infectious diseases.
it is clear that the school has set up a leading group for monitoring and early warning of infectious disease symptoms, with the principal as the first responsible person, to be fully responsible for the monitoring and early warning of infectious disease symptoms in schools. The school made clear the school infectious disease epidemic situation reporter and Class infectious disease symptom monitoring reporter. The report person of infectious disease in school is set according to gb28932, and the report person of Class infectious disease symptom monitoring is the head teacher or teacher. The school communicable disease epidemic situation reporter trains and assesses the Class infectious disease symptom monitoring reporter every semester. Only those who pass the examination can undertake the relevant work.
the school shall implement necessary prevention and control guarantee, including setting up temporary observation places, providing disinfection equipment and articles, personal protective equipment, etc. If conditions permit, it is advisable to establish an information system for monitoring and early warning of infectious diseases.
in terms of early warning indicators, within a certain period of time, the number of students with similar symptoms in the same dormitory, the same class or the same campus has reached or exceeded the number of cases listed in the table below. Similar symptoms include fever, cough, headache, sore throat, parotid gland enlargement, abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, rash, dizziness, fatigue, conjunctival congestion, etc.
it is mentioned that when the early warning index of infectious disease symptoms is reached, after verification by the school infectious disease report person, the prescribed form shall be used for recording, and the basic information such as school name, address, contact person, telephone number, main symptoms and number of patients shall be reported within 2 hours, and the name, class, time of onset, hospital and diagnosis results of the sick students shall be reported within 24 hours Information.
the reporter of infectious diseases in schools shall report to the local disease prevention and control institutions by the most convenient communication method, and report to the education administrative department at the same time.
after verifying the early warning indicators of infectious disease symptoms, the school should immediately hold temporary observation for the students with symptoms and inform their parents, strengthen environmental ventilation, cleaning and disinfection, and do a good job in contact personnel control and health education.
in case of reported cases of infectious diseases, schools shall cooperate with disease prevention and control institutions and other departments in case isolation, epidemiological investigation, close contact tracking management, emergency vaccination, disinfection and other prevention and control measures to prevent the spread of infectious diseases.
this guideline was jointly drafted by Beijing Center for Disease Control and prevention, Anhui Medical University, Beijing Haidian District Center for Disease Control and prevention, and Beijing Daxing District Center for Disease Control and prevention. It is suitable for all kinds of primary and secondary schools at all levels. Kindergartens and ordinary colleges and universities can refer to the implementation of infectious disease symptom monitoring of school staff.