TB Testing for Certain Lee High School Students and Faculty

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By Alabama News Network

127 students and 7 teachers at Lee High School in Montgomery have received letters from the Alabama Department of Public Health asking them to get tested after coming in contact with student who has an active case of tuberculosis.

The Alabama Department of Public Heath tells Alabama News Network the letters were sent out Sunday, and they have started testing people.

If you have not received a letter, you have not been identified as needing a test.

Stay with Alabama News Network for the latest on this developing story.

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