Disneyland Controls Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak

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Disneyland Controls Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak Disneyland has shut down two cooling towers at its Southern California park following an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease. Orange County health officials say nine people who visited the theme park in September developed the disease, along with three others who had visited Anaheim but not Disneyland. The affected individuals were between the ages of 52 and 94.

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