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At a Glance
    2018-06-14  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Myopia rates

FROM 2016 to 2017, the rate of myopia among the city’s students climbed to 49.51 percent, according to statistics from the city’s disease control and prevention center.

The incidence of myopia in primary school students, junior high school students and senior high school students reached 41.85 percent, 75.22 percent and 82.86 percent, respectively.

According to eye doctors, early access to electronic products is a major reason that children develop myopia. It is suggested that children should engage in at least two hours of outdoor activities per day to prevent nearsightedness.

Running track

TO ensure the safety and quality of running tracks, Shenzhen has rolled out regulations on the construction of synthetic running tracks at primary and secondary schools, becoming the first city in the country to launch such rules.

According to the regulations, the entire construction process will be strictly controlled, including design, contractor qualification, material management and construction supervision. After the running track is built, a third-party institution will test its physical properties to detect whether it contains hazardous substances.

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