Health Officials Don't Believe Public At Risk Following Meningococcal Infection Death

Sep 28, 2015 |
Health Officials Don’t Believe Public At Risk Following Meningococcal Infection Death

As friends and family prepare to say goodbye to a Dakota Wesleyan University Student, we are learning more about what killed him. Over the weekend, the South Dakota State Department of Health announced a meningococcal infection killed Beau Keeter last Wednesday. He first experienced flu-like symptoms on Tuesday. According to the state Department of Health, symptoms of this type of infection can appear from two to 10 days after direct exposure. Typically, symptoms appear within five days. Keeter
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