12th Case of Adenovirus Confirmed at Camden Co. Pediatric Facility

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VOORHEES, N.J. -

Health officials in Camden County have confirmed two more cases of adenovirus at a pediatric facility in Voorhees.

Officials with the Camden County Department of Health and Human Services were notified by Voorhees Pediatric Facility representatives that a 12th resident has tested positive for adenovirus.

The strain of adenovirus at Voorhees Pediatric Facility is not the same strain identified at the pediatric long-term care facility in North Jersey.

Health officials say the facility is maintaining enhanced infection control measures, including immediate separation of ill, exposed, and well individuals into separate areas.

They added that there is no cause for concern among the general public.

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