SHINGLE SPRINGS — Three Ponderosa Excessive Faculty college students have been recognized with viral meningitis, the El Dorado Union Excessive Faculty District confirmed Monday.
District spokesperson Serena Fuson stated the varsity is being cleaned and the district will “monitor the state of affairs.”
Viral meningitis is unfold by way of shut contact. Signs embrace fever, headache, a sensitivity to vibrant mild, nausea, vomiting, and a scarcity of urge for food and power.
Most individuals recuperate from viral meningitis inside seven to 10 days, in response to the Facilities for Illness Management.