1976 Legionnaires’ Outbreak

1976 Legionnaires’ Outbreak

The Legionnaires’ disease is named such because of an outbreak in 1976, which killed 29 and infected 182 American Legion members during an annual state convention. This new bacteria was found to be coming from the air-conditioning units on the hotel roof.

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