Cathedral MRSA

Potential MRSA Case Cancels Classes at Cathedral Catholic

On Friday, March 30, Cathedral Catholic unexpectedly closed its doors after a possible case of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) was detected on campus.

MRSA is a bacterial infection that is highly resistant to antibiotics. The infection can range in severity from a small and localized infection to a larger infection affecting vital organs, which is manifested in symptoms such as a headache, shortness of breath, and red swelling to the specific area of infection.

Over the weekend, the campus is to be thoroughly sanitized as a precaution, according to a message posted on CCHS’s website. All campus events, including sporting games, are canceled and students, teacher, and parents alike are not welcome on campus until classes resume on Monday.

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Potential MRSA Case Cancels Classes at Cathedral Catholic

On Friday, March 30, Cathedral Catholic unexpectedly closed its doors after a possible case of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) was detected on campus.

MRSA is a bacterial infection that is highly resistant to antibiotics. The infection can range in severity from a small and localized infection to a larger infection affecting vital organs, which is manifested in symptoms such as a headache, shortness of breath, and red swelling to the specific area of infection.

Over the weekend, the campus is to be thoroughly sanitized as a precaution, according to a message posted on CCHS’s website. All campus events, including sporting games, are canceled and students, teacher, and parents alike are not welcome on campus until classes resume on Monday.

This article will be updated as more information regarding the case comes in.