SDSU Requiring New Students Get Vaccinated for Meningococcal B

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“Close to 350 students received vaccines after the outbreak was declared.”

May 30, 2019
NBC 7 San Diego

SUMMARY

In an effort to curb a Meningococcal B outbreak on campus, San Diego State University is requiring all new, incoming students show proof of vaccination by the 10th day of the fall semester.

The university declared an outbreak on campus last semester after a third student contracted the bacterial disease.

The school said A class registration hold will be placed on the accounts of those who do not provide proof of immunization.

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Allie Kelly