MILTON, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- First the Measles, now the Mumps.
Curry College is warning students that a recent visitor to the school is believed to be infected with Mumps. Officials say the person was on the college's Milton campus between Feb. 14 and 19.
The most common symptoms of mumps are fever, headache, stiff neck, loss of appetite, swelling and tenderness of salivary glands.
There have been no confirmed cases on the campus.
This comes after the Massachusetts Department of Public Health confirmed three cases of the Measles earlier this week and Bose also announced that there was a confirmed case at one of their Framingham facilities.