ROMA, Ga. – Schools of Floyd County warn students and parents of healthcare leaders after confirming active tuberculosis cases in two basic schools.
Georgia Department of Health publishes a note published in the school district in which case Element Elements and Johnson Elements were confirmed in each school.
The Health Department sends letters today to more information.
"These letters will give you more details and help you determine which child will be tested," said the neighborhood.
We are working to learn to send children sent to 2-channel action news for 5 p.m.
In the case of school officials, the risk of contaminated TB is low. They have also said that cases are being treated at home and that they are not at risk.
He told the superintendent Channel 2 New Actions All students and teachers will be able to take a TB test.
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