Active Tuberculosis Spotted At High School In FairfieldSolano County is warning people about an active case of tuberculosis on the campus of Armijo High School.
Travis School District Teachers Held Out Over Tuberculosis TestsInitially it was discovered that 15 teachers had expired clearances. Three were able to take care of the issue quickly
Health Officials Investigating Case Of Tuberculosis At UOP's McGeorge School Of LawCounty health officials are investigating a case of tuberculosis at the University of the Pacific in Sacramento. More than 100 people may be affected.
Babies, Mothers Possibly Exposed To TB At Calif. HospitalA Northern California hospital says hundreds of babies, mothers and employees may have been exposed to a nurse with tuberculosis and that the infants will need an antibiotic treatment.
Public Health: Most Danger From American River College Tuberculosis Case Has Passed“If a person was not in close proximity with that person for an extended period of time, there's a very low risk.”
American River College Student Diagnosed With Active TuberculosisSacramento County public health officials say an American River College student has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis.
2 New Tuberculosis Cases Confirmed At Elk Grove SchoolsTwo new cases of tuberculosis have been confirmed at Franklin Elementary School and Franklin High School in Elk Grove.
150 Florin High Students, Staff Will Be Tested For Tuberculosis In SacramentoThe case at Florin High School comes less than a year after a major outbreak at Grant High School, and now the focus is on preventing the infection’s spread.
Florin High School Student Diagnosed With Active TBCounty health officials confirm that a Sacramento-area high school student has been diagnosed with active tuberculosis.
Arrest Warrant Issued For Santa Barbara TB Patient A Santa Barbara man with a contagious case of drug-resistant tuberculosis was wanted on an arrest warrant Friday so he can complete treatment, health officials said.
Search On In Stockton For Homeless Man With TuberculosisEduardo Rosas Cruz, 26, first came on health officials' radar in March, after he was diagnosed with a severe and contagious strain of TB. According to the court complaint, he didn't comply with treatment.