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Mumps outbreak rises to 26 cases at Colorado ski resort


DILLON, Colo. (AP) — The number of confirmed cases of mumps at a Colorado ski resort has risen to 26, an outbreak that now includes two people who aren't employees of the resort, health officials said.

As of Thursday, two dozen of those infected were Keystone Resort employees and two were non-employees, according to The Summit Daily News.

Summit County health officials are investigating how the non-employees were infected, but said the risk of infection to resort guests and the larger community is low and limited to people who come in close physical contact with someone who is infected.


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