NEW YORK – The Health Department is evaluating the water system at a public housing advanced in Manhattan after two circumstances of Legionnaires’ Disease had been recognized throughout the previous 12 months.
Health officers will host a tenants assembly on the Drew-Hamilton Houses in Harlem at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
Tenants have been suggested that they will nonetheless use and drink the water.
But tenants over 50 and people with compromised immune techniques ought to take additional precautions.
The metropolis says they need to solely take baths, since showers create mist that would carry the Legionella micro organism.
Symptoms of Legionnaires embody fever, chills, muscle aches and coughing.
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