meningitis

Meningitis is the inflammation of the thin layer of tissues covering the brain and spinal and cord that is generally caused by a bacterial, viral or fungi infection. It can also be caused by a head injury or other infections. The bacterial form of meningitis is the most dangerous, sometimes leading to death. Symptoms of meningitis include fever, headache, vomiting, sensitivity to light, irritability, stiff neck and a skin rash. If left untreated, it leads to more serious symptoms, such as seizures and even coma.
 

Individual and Group Safety Information

The following safety precautions can be taken to help prevent the spread of meningitis:

 

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