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Bacterial meningitis closes several rooms at UNCC

February 25, 2009
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CHARLOTTE, NC — The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) has closed several rooms and facilities for cleaning after a student from the soccer team was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis, according to the Charlotte Observer.
The Athletic Academic Center, the weight room and men''s soccer locker room and shower area have all been temporarily closed so custodians can extensively clean and disinfect the areas, the story stated.
Officials claim there is no need to perform widespread testing of students as only those who had close contact with the student need to be tested and possibly treated, the story noted.
Bacterial meningitis is spread through exchange of respiratory and throat secretions, such as from coughing or kissing, and symptoms may include fever, headache, stiff neck, rash, nausea and sleepiness, the story added.
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