A number of students at Toot Hill School in Bingham have been suspected of contracting mumps
An outbreak of mumps has been reported at a school in the area.
In recent weeks, there have been a number of students at Toot Hill School in Bingham who have been suspected of contracting mumps, and there are 16 reported cases of the infection.
In accordance with official guidelines, the school registered the information with Public Health England (PHE)’s East Midlands Protection Team on Friday, and the organisation is working closely with the school to advise students about mumps and explain why obtaining the MMR vaccination is important.
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