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Test solution shortage puts most TB screening on hold

By Marcie Kagawa

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 12, 2013

~~<p>The state Department of Health is temporarily allowing students, teachers, health care workers and others to attend school and go to work without the required tuberculosis clearance but said it believes the public will not be at an increased risk of contracting the disease.</p>
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<h4>TB TEST STILL REQUIRED</h4>
<p>State tuberculosis testing will continue for people in high-risk groups, specifically:</p>
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The state Department of Health is temporarily allowing students, teachers, health care workers and others to attend school and go to work without the required tuberculosis clearance but said it believes the public will not be at an increased risk of contracting the disease. TB TEST STILL REQUIRED

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