The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control has reported students and faculties at Clemson University in a confirmed case of junk.
In a letter, DHEC said the visiting Clemson campus between November 21 and November 29 may have been exposed.
This time period includes all who participated in the soccer game Clemson-South Carolina.
“Hope is a contagious viral infection that can lead to parotitis or swelling in one or both parotid sputum glands in the cheek and the jaw area below the ear. Hip spread through saliva or mucus from the mouth, nose or throat. An infected person can spread the virus by cough, sneak, talk, kiss, share things like drinks, cigarettes or food utensils, or touches or surfaces with unwashed hands then touched by others, says the letter.
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DHEC also recommends two doses of measles-ruby rubella vaccine for all born in 1957 or later. DHEC says that when vaccination reduces the risk of getting the disease, it is still possible to get a contract.
DHEC recommends anyone on campus who experience symptoms of seeking medical attention at the Redfern Health Center.