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MRSA Risks

Who is at risk for MRSA?

Children may be susceptible because their immune systems aren’t fully developed or they don’t yet have antibodies to common germs.
People who play contact sports like football, rugby, and wrestling. The bacteria spreads easily through cuts and abrasions and skin-to-skin contact. Sharing items like towels, athletic equipment, razors, and uniforms can allow MRSA to spread among athletes.
Living in crowded or unsanitary conditions. MRSA has occurred in military training camps, prisons, public housing, daycare facilities, locker rooms, and schools.
Intravenous drug use and tattooing is another risk factor for MRSA.

 

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