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8.6 percent of California inmates test positive for Valley fever




Inmates at Chino State Prison walk past their bunk beds in a gymnasium that was modified to house prisoners  in Chino, California
Inmates at Chino State Prison walk past their bunk beds in a gymnasium that was modified to house prisoners in Chino, California
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Recently, California spent more than $5 million to test inmates for Valley fever. Joyce Hayhoe with California Correctional Health Care Services has an update on the results.