14 de jul. de 2011

Legionella Las Vegas

Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) - Guests of the Aria Resort who stayed there between June 21 and July 4, are being notified that water tests in that time period detected elevated levels of Legionella bacteria in several of the guest rooms. This time period includes two weekends that were very busy for the hotel: the weekend of the Electric Daisy Carnival and the Fourth of July holiday.

The Southern Nevada Health District recently reported a few instances of guests who visited the Aria, were diagnosed with, treated for, and recovered from the disease, which is a form of pneumonia caused by Legionella bacteria.

The Aria said they are notifying all guests who may have been exposed to the bacteria in that time period just to be cautious.

The hotel also said that all subsequent tests have come back with no detectable levels of active Legionella.

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