After identifying a seventh possible meningitis case at Princeton University since March, New Jersey health officials declared a meningococcal disease outbreak there Sunday. A Princeton spokesperson told CBS News that all students living on campus are required to be vaccinated for meningitis, but the vaccine does not fully protect the strain that infected six students (the seventh victim was a visitor).
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