BREAKING NEWS: SDOC confirms staph infection hits two students

Oct 18, 2007 Full story: www.upstatetoday.com
WALHALLA The School District of Oconee County has confirmed that two students have been diagnosed with MRSA an antibiotic resistant strain of staph bacterium reported in at least six school districts nationwide and responsible for at least three deaths nationwide. Full Story

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#1 Oct 18, 2007
Hopefully this is 2 unconnected cases and not the beginning of an outbreak.

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