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Rise in temperatures unlikely to worsen flu outbreaks
Published on: 2023-03-07
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As Beijing is breaking temperature records this March, medical experts said it will have little impact on the flu situation.

Beijing's temperature on Monday reached 22.8 C, surpassing the early March temperature record of 22.3 C on March 10, 2008, according to the Beijing Meteorological Service. It predicted weather in the city will remain warm until Friday, with the highest temperature expected to be between 18 and 19 C during this period.

Nationwide, a warming trend is spreading throughout.

As of 2 pm Monday, temperatures in 14 provincial capitals and municipalities including Tianjin and Zhengzhou had reached new highs for the year. Zhengzhou became the first provincial capital city in northern China to reach 25 C this year, the Paper reported on Monday.

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