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On June 2015, 6 local time, the Ministry of Health and Welfare of South Korea notified that 8 new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) were confirmed in the country on the same day, and a 23-year-old teenager was diagnosed with MERS. This is South Korea. For the first time, a confirmed case under the age of 16 was found. In Korean schools that have not closed classes, students wear masks to take their temperature before class.
According to a report by the Central News Agency on the 9th, many hospitals in South Korea were captured by MERS, the MERS epidemic has spread, and the public has begun to pay attention to related epidemic prevention measures. The most obvious is that the convenience store masks are selling hot and the products on the shelves have been swept away.
Korea’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning and Finance Choi Yoong-hwan presided over the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) epidemic prevention and control meeting of various government departments and proposed that the MERS epidemic level needs to be raised from the current “caution” to “severe”.
South Korea’s Ministry of Health and Welfare announced on the 8th that 23 new cases of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) were confirmed on the same day. So far, the total number of confirmed cases in this Northeast Asian country has increased to 87, with 6 deaths. At the same time, South Korea has also become the country with the second largest number of patients in the current outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, second only to Saudi Arabia.
Article reprinted from China News Network
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