A New Hanover County Schools spokeswoman said a high school football player has contracted meningitis.
Emails show North Carolina officials didn't notify the public about the possibility of a fungal meningitis outbreak until five days after they learned of the possibility.
North Carolina's health director says a third person is hospitalized for fungal meningitis apparently contracted from a tainted steroid injection.
North Carolina health officials say a Davidson County resident has died from complications of fungal meningitis she likely contracted from a tainted steroid injection in her back.
Health officials say the number of people sickened by a deadly meningitis outbreak has now reached 105 cases.
The number of deaths rose by one to eight, with another fatality in Tennessee.
A second patient in North Carolina has been diagnosed with meningitis linked to recalled steroid.
The CDC has already reported 47 cases in seven states, including five deaths.
An outbreak of a rare form of meningitis has spread to North Carolina. The fungal meningitis has been linked to contaminated steroid injections given for back pain.
Officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are hearing from parents, health care providers and others in New Hampshire as it starts exploring whether infants should be vaccinated against meningitis, a rare but potentially deadly infection of the fluid surrounding the brain and spinal cord.