Number Of California Inmates Affected By Legionnaires’ Outbreak Cut
Dirty cooling towers are blamed for the outbreak that temporarily caused the state's oldest prison to cancel visits, hot meals and showers.
The Associated Press:
California Trims Number Of Inmates In Legionnaires' Outbreak
Officials say three fewer California inmates were sickened by a Legionnaires' disease outbreak last year than originally reported. The federal official who controls prison medical care reported Monday that 78 inmates became ill at San Quentin State Prison in August and September. (2/1)