24 people have tested positive for mumps while at the University of Florida since May 3. All 24 were already vaccinated.
“Dr. Daniel Thimann, a pediatric and emergency medicine doctor at Wolfson Children’s Hospital, tells us vaccinations don’t guarantee you won’t contract the disease.”
FARMVILLE, Va. (WRIC) — Any detainee who has been exposed to mumps has been separated from the general population of the facility, and they will continue to be separated for 25 days.
KENOSHA COUNTY — A second case of mumps was diagnosed in a detainee at the Kenosha County Detention Center, the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department announced Friday, June 7.
Sheriff’s officials said the detainee was being housed in the “isolated housing area” and was immediately placed in medical isolation.
The mumps diagnosis was confirmed by the Kenosha County Division of Health.