By Morgan Thomas - email
SAN AUGUSTINE, TX (KTRE) - Concern that tuberculosis was being exposed to San Augustine Elementary students is nothing to worry about, according to the school district's superintendent.
Walter Key said two students had a relative who was diagnosed with tuberculosis, but both students were tested by the hospital and returned to school Monday with a clean bill of health.
Key said students are being sent home with a pamphlet on tuberculosis today.
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