MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WDTN) - A nail salon in Miami Township is the subject of a health investigation. Public Health of Dayton & Montgomery County says an employee of Galaxy Nail Spa at 9644 North Springboro Pike was diagnosed last week with tuberculosis.
Health officials want to test anyone who visited the spa since March 1 more than once or has a weak immune system. No appointments are necessary, but the testing is a two-step process.
You have two options. You can get your skin test Monday, August 19 from 12-4 p.m. then follow up with a nurse on Wednesday, August 21 during the same hours or you can be tested Tuesday, August 20 from 8-noon and follow up Thursday, August 22 during those same hours.
The tests are free and are available in the Public Health offices at the Reibold Building at 117 South Main Street in Dayton.
Public health says not everyone exposed to TB becomes sick, but a person with the disease can die if not treated. If you have questions, you can call 937-225-6217.
Public Health says the infected woman is on antibiotics and should recover and be able to return to work.
2 NEWS Investigates found Galaxy Nail Spa has an active license with the State of Ohio and the owner also has an active Managing Manicurist license through The Ohio State Board of Cosmetology.
If you would like to make sure your favorite salons have the proper licenses to operate in Ohio you can do a license check.
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