A message from Mary Anne Nagy, Vice President for Student and Community Services, and Patricia Swannack, Vice President for Administrative Services, provides an update regarding an employee's current health situation and confirmation that the case involves meningococcal meningitis. In addition, the University this morning received confirmation from the Monmouth County Regional Health Commission that the meningitis has been recognized as Serogroup C, which is one of the common forms of meningitis and is covered under the standard vaccine approved for use in the United States. Read More About It
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