Student Health Services Warns of Mumps Infection

Student Health Services has reported that at least three Temple students have tested positive for the Mumps virus as of today.

According to a notice sent to students and staff, the students who tested positive are no longer contagious, and SHS is not aware of any further cases.

SHS says that they are monitoring the situation and will release more updates as they become available.

These three cases come after last springs Mumps outbreak, where many students were infected. Temple University has since mandated Mumps vaccinations and screenings for all students in residence halls prior to moving in on campus.

SHS encourages any students who may be infected to visit their offices at 1700 N Broad Street, or contact them on their website.

You can find the full notice from SHS below. Stay with Temple Update for more information on this story as it develops.


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