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of an Active tuberculosis case( Google Maps). LAS VEGAS( FOX5) – An active case of tuberculosis was discovered at a Clark County School District middle school in July, inning accordance with a district authorities. CCSD launched a declaration validating that an individual with tuberculosis might have touched with trainees and personnel at Fremont Middle school located at 1100 East St Louis Opportunity, near Maryland Parkway. The individual in concern has actually since passed away of the illness, inning accordance with the Southern Nevada Health District. CCSD would not verify whether the person was a staff member of the school.
District authorities stated a ParentLink message was sent to parents signaling them of the problem and included that agents from the SNHD will be in contact to pursue testing for their kids.
Complete statement from Clark County School District:
” Offering a safe, favorable knowing environment for our students is the top priority for the Clark County School District. When a school or the school district ends up being aware of a health problem, CCSD’s Health Services Department deals with agents from the Southern Nevada Health District to take proper action. Last month, when it was discovered that a person who was at Fremont Middle School had an active case of TB, the school sent out a ParentLink message to let parents know that agents from the Southern Nevada Health District would be calling families who would likely have to acquire testing for their kids. All moms and dads at the school were motivated to contact the SNHD if they had any questions or issues about possible indications of TB. As the new academic year begins next week, parents and personnel who have concerns concerning TB testing need to contact their certified healthcare supplier or the Southern Nevada Health District.”
The SNHD and CCSD’s Health Solutions Department are working closely to deal with the scenario before the new academic year begins on Aug. 14.
Moms and dads of students going to Fremont Middle School must contact the health district for additional questions and screening services.
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