Still universities contact students about a case of tuberculosis present on campus.
School officials said they have confirmed a fall on the Stockton campus.
The infected person is treated, according to a Wednesday press release from the university.
People who came into contact with the individual were notified, said the university.
“Health and safety for all in the Pacific and surrounding communities is our top priority,” said Dayna Cerruti-Barbero, director of Pacific Health Services, in a statement. “There is no need to be concerned.”
Health Officers offer free testing for students and employees who may have been exposed. If you have not been contacted, there is nothing you need to do.
TB is an infectious disease that usually infects the lungs and is spread from person to person through the air, according to the American Lung Association.
“It’s not easy to get infected with tuberculosis. Usually, a person must be close to someone with TB disease for a long time,” said the American Lung Association on his website.