ROCK HILL, S.C. (WSPA) – A message posted on Castle Heights Middle School’s website states that a case of tuberculosis has been confirmed at the school.
We were contacted on Thursday, December 22, that there is a possible case of TB at Castle Heights. A letter was e-mailed to CHMS families with addtional information, guidance, and a phone number to DHEC if you have questions. A link to the letter is available here.
**UPDATE Dec. 29** The suspected TB case has been confirmed. This new letter provides an overview of what the next steps will in DHEC’s active and on-going investigation
The school provided a letter that explained DHEC’s investigation.
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