Health officials in Madrid, Spain are reporting a mumps outbreak at the Higher Technical School of Engineering (ICAI) of the Pontifical University of Comillas , according to a Que report (computer translated).
Director General of Public Health in Madrid, Juan Martínez said they recommend the people of Madrid check if their vaccinations are up-to-date.
In the case of this university center, where several second-year engineering students have been affected, the notification of the outbreak arrived on March 19 and 33 cases of mumps have already been identified, a virus that, although of a mild nature, is highly contagious.
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