Primary school students are short-sighted, really more and more

- May 19, 2020-

In 2016, the Ministry of Education issued the "Annual Announcement on the Survey Results of the National Student's Physical Fitness and Health", which wrote: The detection rate of poor vision continues to rise, and there is a tendency to become younger. 40.89% of primary school students aged 7-12 (including 48.81% in urban areas and 32.98% in rural areas), an increase of 9.22 percentage points from 2005; 67.33% of junior high school students aged 13-15 (including 75.94% in urban areas and 58.74% in rural areas) , An increase of 9.26 percentage points over 2005.

In July 2019, some media conducted a survey on the vision of young people in Taizhou City. A sample of vision was surveyed on 4201 primary and middle school students in 4 primary and secondary schools in our city. The data shows that the rate of myopia is 35.6%, and the incidence of myopia in grades one to three, grade four to sixth, and grade seven to nine are 13.6%, 47.1%, and 64.8%, respectively.

"In the past two years, the myopia rate of students has been on an upward trend and tends to be younger. Before the start of school, we have more than 20 or 30 outpatients a day. Bring children to wear glasses. "Jin Qinhui, a physician at the Department of Ophthalmology at Enze Medical Center, said in an interview on February 21.