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Posted: 4:25 p.m. Friday, June 14, 2013
HARRISBURG, N.C. —
A Harrisburg nursing home has requested visitors not visit because of a contagious disease.Channel 9 went by the Oaks at Town Center on Roberta Road and saw a sign warning visitors not to come in.It said the facility is under quarantine because of a “highly contagious infection.”Family members of two patients told Channel 9 the infection is scabies.Channel 9 went inside the nursing home and made several phone call, but so far, officials with the home will not confirm the disease is scabies.Scabies is a contagious skin disease spread by skin-to-skin contact or through clothes and bedding.
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