Ryerson confirms case of mumps on campus | CP24.com

Ryerson confirms case of mumps on campus | CP24.com
Two mumps cases reported at Ryerson, City total 44
Ryerson University is the latest Toronto-area school to have a confirmed case of mumps, bringing the city's total number of cases to 43.

The number of mumps cases reported in Toronto have risen to 48, according to Toronto Public Health today. Most of the cases are among 18-35 year old individuals and at least five of the cases are related to schools in Toronto, either among staff or …

Two cases of mumps have been reported at Ryerson University. They bring to six the number of students in Toronto diagnosed with the disease. The others are at Forest Hill Collegiate, Davisville Public School, King Edward Public School and Hodgson

Two mumps cases reported at Ryerson, City total 44

There have been two cases of mumps connected to Ryerson University, bringing the total number of cases across the city to 48, according to Toronto Public Health. A public health spokesperson said there have been several cases of mumps in

Ryerson University is the latest Toronto-area school to have confirmed mumps cases on campus, bringing the city's total number to 48. The manager of operations and strategy of Ryerson's Recreation and Athletics Centre (RAC), Heather Adam, confirmed …

A Ryerson student has a confirmed case of the viral infection mumps, and was working at the Recreation and Athletics Centre (RAC) while the infection was contagious, according to Heather Adam, manager of operations and strategy at the RAC. Adam said

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