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WEST CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — West Chester University has taken action after a student contracted the mumps. The university says the student presented symptoms following a visit to Temple University, which has been dealing with a mumps outbreak.

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West Chester University says the non-resident student “was administered the appropriate tests by Student Health Services and was directed not to attend classes and isolate away from campus and others.”

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No other mumps cases have been reported on West Chester’s campus, and no other students have reported symptoms.

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Temple says they have 86 confirmed cases of mumps.