University of Delaware Students and Officials: To Win Over Mold Infestation

Students of University of Delaware were forced out from forty rooms because of suspected black mold infestation. UD officials confirmed that no mold-related illness has been reported.
 
 
Oct. 5, 2011 - PRLog -- Major mold infestation was discovered in forty rooms of the University of Delaware. Seventy-one students were transferred to other housings while their rooms are cleared and cleaned up.

The school officials haven’t received any report of mold-related diseases yet. Common symptoms show redness of the eyes or swollen face and skin. Nose may be irritated too as well as the throat. Toxins from mold are hazardous and it can trigger respiratory illnesses including asthma.

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“Seventy-one students of the University of Delaware were forced to transfer to other housing because of a mold infestation in their rooms. Officials haven’t confirmed yet if the substance found is black mold.”

“Forty rooms were cleared and cleaned of the 150 rooms. Officials said that their top priority is the health of their students. So the time that the mold was discovered, the students were relocated immediately.”

“Toxins from mold are dangerous to heath. Mold exposure symptoms could be irritation of the eyes, nose, skin and even the throat. It can also trigger asthma and other pulmonary diseases.”

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“Seventy-one University of Delaware students were forced out of their rooms and put in temporary housing following the discovery of suspected black mold in a campus dormitory.”

“UD cleared 40 rooms in buildings A and B of the 150-room Ray Street Housing Complex late last week because of the mold infestation.”

“As of Tuesday, half of those rooms had been cleaned and cleared of all mold. Residents of the other 20 rooms remained in housing provided by UD while their rooms, as well as their heating and air-conditioning systems, are disinfected.”

“"The health and safety of the residents are the university's top priorities," Meredith Chapman, a UD spokeswoman, said in a statement.”

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