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County office ailments linked to Legionnaires’
Local health officials have determined that a rare but low-risk strain of Legionnaires’ disease was responsible for an outbreak of pneumonia at the Lucas County Jobs and Family Services Building in July. Dr. David Grossman, Toledo-Lucas County health commissioner, said Thursday that testing on blood taken from employees who got sick found a rare type of Legionnaires’ bacteria that had not previously caused an outbreak in Ohio or the country.
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