A pediatric resident has scared three different Chicago hospitals after being diagnosed with tuberculosis. Thus far, there have been no detections of the tuberculosis spreading. The Chicago Department of Public Health claims this is a good sign that the bacterial disease had not spread. This does not mean the scare is over. Tuberculosis can take up to ten weeks to be detected, according to the article. Patients are being contacted for screening who may have come in contact with the infected pediatric resident.
Read more about the TB hospital scare here.