Four New Cases of Meningitis In Tennessee

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(Nashville, TN) There are four new cases of fungal meningitis in Tennessee, bringing the number of total cases in the state to 88.

A spokesperson with the state health department says all the cases are due to tainted spinal steroid injections.

The death toll from the meningitis outbreak in Tennessee is still 13, the highest in the country.

The New England Compounding Center in Massachusetts distributed those injections.