BEIJING: Seven children from a summer camp in Beijing had been reported to be A/H1N1 positive as of Wednesday, the municipal tourism bureau said Thursday.
The seven were all primary and middle school students, said Ren Jibin, deputy researcher of the administrative office, Beijing tourism bureau, without giving further information.
Another 77 people, including seven teachers, seven parents and 63 students aged from eight to 16, who had close contact with the seven had been quarantined, Ren said.
Another 36 students at a special training camp in Beijing were confirmed to have been infected with the A/H1N1 flu, the Beijing municipal health authorities said on July 25. The camp had more than 80 primary school students from across the country staying from July 11 to 20.