HAMILTON - Colgate University wound up giving preventative antibiotic treatment to 131 members of the campus community after a student, who lives on campus, was diagnosed with bacterial meningitis earlier this week.
The school also contacted a small number of outside community members to receive treatment. In addition, they installed 60 hand-sanitizing stations throughout campus.
No additional cases have been identified. The student was treated at Faxton-St. Luke's Healthcare, in Utica.
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