Bay vs. Valley Forge soccer hand foot and mouth condition

BAY VILLAGE, Ohio (WJW)– The Bay Higher Faculty soccer recreation scheduled for Friday evening was canceled because of hand, foot and mouth illness.

Bay was scheduled to host Valley Forge Substantial University. Saturday’s JV canceled was also canceled.

Bay Village City Faculties reported there are various cases of hand, foot and mouth illness at the higher university and involving the soccer staff. The district stated it is “being additional careful.”

Hand, foot and mouth condition, or HFMD, is a popular childhood disease and spreads immediately in educational institutions. Signs or symptoms involve fever, sore throat, sores in the mouth, and a rash on the palms of the fingers and soles of the toes.

“It is essential to enjoy your college student for indicators and signs and symptoms of this disorder, and if your student develops any signs and symptoms, make sure you simply call your healthcare provider, notify your student’s faculty and preserve your scholar household,” Bay Village Educational institutions claimed in a letter to mothers and fathers on Friday.

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