All students and staff who were at Aurora Hills Middle School amid the fall semester should get tested for tuberculosis, health authorities said Thursday.
Authorities started researching a potential tuberculosis introduction at the school in January.
Denver Public Health is working with the Tri-County Health Department, Aurora Public Schools and the center school to test individuals who were conceivably uncovered amid the fall semester.
Tests from January did not demonstrate anybody getting tainted. In any case, continue testing a week ago of similar individuals who were uncovered demonstrate some were contaminated, however none became ill, authorities said.
In light of the new outcomes, testing has been extended to incorporate all students and staff who were at the school in the fall semester. Testing for the extended group will start Monday.
Nobody has been found to have become ill from tuberculosis so there is no continuous hazard for presentation, authorities said.