Kamehameha sends letter to parents after mumps case

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The Kamehameha Schools sent letters to parents alerting them of a mumps case at the Kapalama campus. 

It was not made clear whether the affected person was a student or a staff member.

The school said it is working with the Department of Health on the case and warned parents to monitor their children for symptoms.

Those symptoms include: swollen glands, fever and headaches.

There was a mumps outbreak in 2017, the DOH declared it was over in October 2018.

More than 1,000 people were sickened during that outbreak.

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