Health officers have shown a case of spending in a private Christian school in North Carolina.
WRAL-TV reports told Cumberland's health officers Tuesday that person was one single at a Home Christian Academy in Fayetteville that was diagnosed with illness. The public health department department says that any case of consumption must be investigated.
Interim Health Director of Cumberland County, Duane Holder, says that "totally unavoidable" consumption is "medicinally" and that there is no danger to any health issues.
Those who may be open can get a skin test for the 6 March disease at the school.
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