By: Candess Zona Mendola of

Last week, the local Fort Bend Health Department announced through the local media an outbreak of Legionella linked to a 55+ community in Fulshear, TX. Thus far, 4 people are linked to the outbreak and 4 others are also sick pending confirmation. One individual has died.

Residents of the community are seeking answers to what has happened. The local health authorities have already commenced testing in this Bonterra Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak. Meanwhile, the community’s clubhouse has been closed pending the ongoing investigation.


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