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Last updated on Friday, November 16, 2007
(JASPER) - Dubois County health officials say school administrators are responding appropriately to the report of two confirmed cases of MRSA.
MRSA is a specific strain of taph, which is resistant to some antibiotics.
Dubois County Heath Department administrator Donna Oeding says infected students do not need to be excluded from the classroom, but everyone needs to practice frequent and appropriate hand-washing.
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