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Ulloa Elementary to be TB-tested

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The Department of Public Health will be conducting mass tuberculosis skin tests at Maria Ulloa Elementary School on Tuesday. An employee at the Dededo campus had tested positive for active TB.

Consent forms were handed out to students and faculty members. Those who aren't tested by October 11 will not be allowed to return to school.

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