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"Nine cases have been detected in Orange and Los Angeles counties since May. Most of the patients affected have been gay or bisexual men, and public health officials are advising those who may be at increased risk to get a a meningitis vaccination.", californiahealthline.org
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"LOS ANGELES (AP) — State health officials have issued an advisory in Southern California following an outbreak of invasive meningococcal disease, primarily among gay and bisexual men. Since the beginning of May, nine meningococcal disease cases have been identified in men living in Los Angeles and Orange counties. Symptoms of meningococcal disease may include fever, vomiting, severe headache, stiff neck, confusion, rash and generalized muscle pains.", www.chron.com
"California public health officials on Friday issued an advisory about a meningococcal disease outbreak in Southern California among adult gay and bisexual men. Since May, nine men living in Los Angeles and Orange Counties -- most of whom were gay or bisexual men -- have contracted the disease. One patient has died.", www.mercurynews.com
"A meningococcal outbreak in Southern California that has mostly infected gay men prompted San Francisco health officials Friday to issue a warning on the eve of Pride weekend and a plea for people to get inoculated against the disease. The warning came after state health officials announced that nine people in the Los Angeles and Orange County area have tested positive for the bacterial disease, which is spread through nose and throat secretions. Though it takes seven to 10 days for the vaccine to work, the city health department’s last-minute advisory was intended to ensure Pride weekend attendees are aware how the disease is contracted. HIV-positive people are also at heightened risk for meningococcal disease, officials said. Symptoms of the disease include fever, vomiting, nausea, headaches, stiff neck, confusion, rash and muscle pain.", www.sfgate.com
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