A student at Wayne Primary School came up with a case of a highly contagious donkey cough, the district manager said.
Parents were notified immediately and no other student received a respiratory disease, Tobak adds.
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The pertussis vaccine usually prevents donut cough, but is not 100% effective. There have been cases of whooping cough in Chatham and Summit. winter.
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