Due to the growing number of cases of mumps, the Temple University will hold two vaccination clinics this week.
but we expect a third wave, "says Markie Dennis, student health director at Temple University.
Cases of mumps are spreading throughout the Philadelphia region. cases have a connection with the university and have gradually increased over the last month.
"We are working to identify the root causes," says Dr. Steve Alles of Philadelphia. "This would be a typical social event at college campus."
Mass vaccination clinics are set for Wednesday and Friday in college. Students, lecturers and staff will be able to get the mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine free of charge. Clinics will be held in the Great Court of the Mitten Hall Temple Hall on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 to 1
Thousands of students sign an online petition requesting Temple University to temporarily close amongst the mumps
Health authorities say that nearly 1,000 people have
"We are ready for 1800 tomorrow," says Dennis. 19659004] "I also told my friends that you should go out and do it," Agagadeed aged student said.
Mumble is a highly infectious disease that has passed through saliva and respiratory secretions. While the incubation period is 12 to 25 days, the symptoms often occur 16 to 18 days after exposure. Symptoms of mumps are flu-like and often include tender swollen glands under the ear and jaw on one or both sides of the face and neck, headache, fever and cold-like symptoms. People with mumps are considered infectious for two days before the swelling starts within five days of the onset of swelling. You can learn more about mumbles on the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Temple's embryo episode rises to almost 100 cases, officials say. are encouraged to contact the health services of Student University at Student University or the Employee Health Service at EmployeeHealth@temple.edu.