MORE MUMPS CASES CONFIRMED IN TORONTO SCHOOLS

Mar 07, 2017

By Bob Komsic

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Another two cases of mumps have turned up at elementary schools in Toronto for a total of three.
The first was confirmed Monday at Forest Hill Collegiate Institute.
The Toronto District School Board will identify the latest cases after parents at the schools have been notified.
There are now a total of 28 cases of the mumps across the city.
Initially the outbreak was linked to bars in the west-end, particularly Queen and King Streets between Spadina and Dufferin.
Toronto typically sees only about 5 cases a year.
Toronto Public Health is reminding residents to call their doctor and check their vaccination record.
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