The Marion Central School District in Wayne County has posted a message on it’s website stating that a 5th grade student there has been diagnosed with viral meningitis. They are urging parents to “Stress the importance to students about washing their hands ” so the virus doesn’t spread. Among the recognizable symptoms are fever, poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, headache, stiff neck, lack of energy and sensitivity to bright lights. People at particular risk include those with weakened immune systems , babies and children under 5.
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