Monitoring stations to be set up in hospitals and health centers
Monitoring stations will be set up at hospitals and medical centers to monitor and check symptoms to prevent outbreaks of infectious diseases during the Universiade games according to the center for disease control and prevention.
The monitoring stations will be checking for fever, icterus, diarrhea, conjunctivitis and skin rashes. Doctors will be reporting any abnormal diagnosis and send samples to the monitoring stations and inform the CDC for any outbreaks as soon as possible. When the disease is diagnosed the CDC will then launch a emergency response team to control the spread of any viruses. Residents should not be worried about any citywide outbreaks of influenza, especially the AH1N1 during the Universiade games.
A large number of people will be coming in August and the peak time for the influenza virus has already ended. Still the CDC will always be prepared to deal with any emergency cases that might happen in the games. There were 13 outbreaks of AH1N1 in April and three in May. All cases were not serious and all patients have fully recovered.
On the other hand a emergency team have already been formed to deal with any health issues during the National College Entrance Examinations.