November/December is the peak season of the spread of haemorrhagic fever. Getting in contact with the transmitted virus may cause Respiratory tract or digestive tract diseases.
The main symptoms are：fever, bleeding and renal function damage. During the peak season, please take some personal precautions to avoid getting in contact with the virus.
Below are some Precautions:
• do not go to places that wild mouse may live
• do not sit on the grass
• no camping
• do not eat in the restaurant with unhygienic environment.
If you have any fever symptoms above, please go to the regular hospital immediately.
International Students’ Office
Nov. 29, 2017