MIAMI TWP., Ohio (WDTN) - Testing for tuberculosis stemming from a nail salon outbreak is now complete.
Public Health says follow-up testing found no active cases of TB, but two people did test positive.
226 people who initially tested negative were re-tested as the disease can take up to ten weeks to surface.
The testing was done after an employee of the Galaxy Nail Spa on North Springboro Pike in Miami Township tested positive for the disease.
Public Health says anyone who visited the salon between March 1 and August 15, 2013, can still get a free test should they desire. You can visit the TB clinic at the Reibold Building. It is on the fifth floor at 117 South Main Street in Dayton.
Public Health stresses that there are no active TB cases associated with the nail salon right now. It encourages customers to not hesitate to visit the store.
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