Weekly Epidemic Report (from March 11, 2019 to March 17, 2019)
From:Beijing Municipal Health Commission

I. Epidemic situation 
During the 11th week of 2019 (from March 11, 2019 to March 17, 2019), there were a total of 7,266 cases of 16 kinds of legal infectious diseases reported, and 3 cases died in the city. The five diseases with a large number of cases are Influenza, Other Infectious Diarrhea, Tuberculosis, Syphilis and Viral Hepatitis, accounting for 96.46% of the reported cases of legal infectious diseases. 

II. Key epidemic situation 
Statistics show that the number of people under the age of 15 in the reported influenza cases last week accounted for 65%. Recently, a number of concentrated fever epidemics caused by influenza viruses in Beijing have been reported, which occur mainly in the lower grades of primary schools and kindergartens.
Experts suggest that parents should remind or help children to maintain good personal and environmental hygiene habits, such as ventilation of home, washing hands frequently especially after contact with respiratory secretions (such as after sneezing), and a balanced diet, moderate exercise and adequate rest. It is necessary to wear a mask at home or outdoor if you get flu to avoid infecting others.
Schools and child care institutions should maintain air circulation in classrooms, dormitories, canteens, etc., do daily disinfection and health education, continue to do morning and noon inspections and monitoring of absence due to illness to discover fever cases and register and isolate them timely and ensure that the epidemic of concentrated fever was detected early, reported early, and disposed early. Sick students and teachers should avoid taking classes and avoid participating in group activities and entering public places during rest time. After the epidemic situation occurs in the schools and child care institutions, it is necessary to implement various prevention and control measures strictly under the guidance of professional institutions to prevent the spread of the epidemic.