Read the Outbreak!2020 Student Blogs. We are so proud of their contributions! *These posts express the opinion and research of the writer and should not be construed as medical advice or the position of the Public Health Museum.
Although some of you may not remember, we used to worry about a different virus that ravaged our community. I am talking about Eastern Equine Encephalitis, more commonly known as EEE. The EEE is a rare but dangerous virus causing brain damage as well as possible death. The virus is spread through the bites of infected mosquitoes and these mosquitoes are found in swampy, wet areas. Read More
Nicole Jo is a rising senior at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. She currently resides in Tewksbury, MA right down the street from the Public Health Museum. She is interested in graphic design and marketing and has used these skills to help promote the Outbreak! summer program run by the museum.