Authorities say a fourth student has contracted meningitis at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
A Cal State Long Beach student diagnosed with bacterial meningitis was recovering Wednesday, according to a report.
Los Angeles County health officials said the bacterial meningitis that killed a 33-year-old West Hollywood attorney this month isn’t the same form of the illness that has killed several people in New York.
Two more deaths due to bacterial meningitis have been reported in Southern California.
The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) Sunday announced that they will provide free meningitis vaccines for anyone who believes they have been exposed or anyone who thinks they are at risk.
Brett Shaad, the West Hollywood attorney who contracted meningitis, has died.
A 33-year-old West Hollywood attorney sickened by bacterial meningitis earlier this week has been declared brain dead amid warnings to sexually active gay men about the deadly strain of illness, officials said.
Federal officials say four California clinics received steroid shots from a recalled batch linked to a deadly meningitis outbreak that has caused five deaths and 40 cases of the illness in other states.