SoCal elementary school warns parents: 2 students possibly have leprosy

SoCal elementary school warns parents: 2 students possibly have leprosy

[Ed. – There is ZERO chance these students are native-born Americans.]

Jurupa Unified School District officials received an unconfirmed report that two Indian Hills Elementary School students were diagnosed with leprosy, which prompted them to send a letter home to parents Friday, Sept. 2.

Though the information has not been confirmed, said Superintendent Elliott Duchon, school district officials decided to send the letter home as a precaution. …

Leprosy is transmitted through respiratory droplets, according to the website. Ninety-five percent of the world’s population is naturally immune to the disease.

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