Southampton High School will undergo a "deep clean" this weekend as a precaution after a mother on Friday reported her son may have a MRSA infection, a school official said.
The bacterial infection is suspected but has not been confirmed by test results, said Nicholas J. Dyno, the interim superintendent. There is no "immediate public threat," he said in an online post Friday to the school community.
"We got a call from a parent who said her child is not feeling well and is being trea
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