Extreme high temperatures persist: 3329 people in South Korea are suffering from fever and 39 deaths.

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 Extreme high temperatures persist: 3329 people in South Korea are suffering from fever and 39 deaths.


According to the Ministry of disease management of South Korea, 3329 people have suffered from febrile diseases this year, of whom 39 died.

At 2:20 p.m. local time in August 1st, according to the meteorological data released by the South Korean meteorological agency, the temperature in Seoul reached 38.8 degrees Celsius, the highest value for 111 years.

Among the patients with full temperature fever, there are more than 1103 people over 65 years old, accounting for 1/3 of all the patients, of which 445 people over 80 years old and 13% of the total. Among the patients with febrile diseases, 2444 cases were caused by outdoor activities, 2.7 times the number of indoor cases (885 cases). Warm fever is an acute disease that occurs after prolonged exposure to high temperatures, including sunstroke, heat stroke, exhaustion, heat stroke spasm, coma, etc. In cases of fever, headache, dizziness, muscle spasms and other symptoms may occur. Source: China News Net editor: He Yufang _NN5632

Among the patients with febrile diseases, 2444 cases were caused by outdoor activities, 2.7 times the number of indoor cases (885 cases).

Warm fever is an acute disease that occurs after prolonged exposure to high temperatures, including sunstroke, heat stroke, exhaustion, heat stroke spasm, coma, etc. In cases of fever, headache, dizziness, muscle spasms and other symptoms may occur.