Jiangxi News
Nanchang Launches Health Protection Tips for Heat

  NANCHANG, July 31 (JXNEWS) -- A summer heat wave sweeping China has brought high temperatures over 35 degrees Celsius, triggering a level two emergency response to heat from the China Meteorological Administration (CMA) for the first time on Tuesday.

  The level two emergency response to heat covers provinces including east China's Anhui, Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Jiangxi, central China's Hunan and Hubei, south China's Fujian, and Shanghai and Chongqing municipalities. The second level heat alert has lasted for four consecutive days, with the highest temperature in the country exceeding 37 degrees Celsius.

  Facing the highest emergency response to heat, Municipal health institution of Nanchang City launches health protection tips for heat once again.

  The institution gives full advice on the cause, symptom, precautions and first-aid measure. Also they also recommend Six Not-to-dos to guide people how to deal with the high temperature and summer heat.