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Third case of chicken pox reported at SFSU
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Students at San Francisco State University are being warned to look for symptoms of the chicken pox after a third person came down with the disease this week.
School officials say it involves a student who lives on campus and uses the dining facilities.
To prevent an outbreak, SFSU held a mass vaccination Friday. Chicken pox is highly contagious. Symptoms can pop up two to three weeks after contact and include fever and a rash that develops into blisters.
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