South Carolina's Department of Health and Environmental Control has briefed students and faculty at Clemson University on a confirmed case by Mumps.
In a letter, DHEC said who visited the Clemson campus November 21 and November 29 may have been suspended.
Everyone who participated in the Clemson-South Carolina football game is also part of this period.
"Mumps is a contagious viral infection that can lead to parotitis or swelling in one or both parotid salivary glands in the cheek and jaw area under the ear mumps is spread through mouthwashes or oral mucosa from the mouth, nose or throat. An infected person The virus can spread through coughing, sneezing, talking, kissing, and sharing parts. B. Drinks, cigarettes, or eating utensils, or touching or surfaces with unwashed hands that are then touched by others, "the letter said.
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The DHEC recommends two measles-mumps-rubella vaccinations for anyone born in 1957 or thereafter. The DHEC said that while the vaccine reduces a person's risk of suffering the disease, it is still possible to administer it.
DHEC recommends that anyone on the campus who has symptoms see a doctor visit to the Redfern Health Center.