Another kindergarten broke out of upper respiratory tract infection, involving the Salvation Army Central Plains Charity Foundation Kindergarten in Mei Tian Village, Tai Wai. There were 20 school children, including 9 boys and 11 girls, aged between 2 and 7 years old. They developed fever, cough, sore throat and runny nose. Two were admitted to the hospital, and one of them was discharged after treatment, all in stable condition.
The relevant school was included in the mandatory test announcement on November 12, the possibility of contracting new coronary pneumonia has been ruled out, and classes have been suspended for 5 days for cleaning.
According to the center, there were 9 males and 11 females in the school who had outbreaks of upper respiratory tract infections. They were between 2 and 7 years old. Since November 7, they have experienced fever, cough, sore throat and runny nose. 15 people1 have sought medical attention, of which 2 People must be admitted to the hospital, and one of them was discharged after treatment, all in stable condition.
The staff of the center have provided advice to the school on the prevention of respiratory infections, and the school is under medical supervision.
Earlier, the school has included the mandatory testing announcement and has suspended classes for at least five days for cleaning and implementation of the mandatory testing announcement.
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