As claimed in the viral message Outbreak of STDs at Crockett County High School
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Recently, more and more students from Crockett County High have been coming forward to reporters and unknown sources about having receiving a STD. Reports say its very likely that these viruses are being recieved during bonfires or parties. It is recommended by health officials to have your child tested immediately at your local health department. It is also highly recommended to watch where there going and who with until this outbreak can be put under control.
Viral Message Verification – Viral news going over the internet and being widely shared on the social media, This news in published in the news site breakingnews247 widely known for posting news by users and often leading to just prank..
The news was published on breakingnews247. If you go in the about section of the website you can find the condition “This website is an entertainment website, news are created by users. These are humorous news, fantasy, fictional, that should not be seriously taken or as a source of information.” Which clearly means the story cannot be believed.
Further checking at the Crockett County Schools, we did not find any single piece of information to confirm this news of sexually transmitted disease. It tend to be completely fake and meaningless.
The mission of Crockett County High School is to create students who are equipped to meet the academic, technical, social, and civic demands of college and career readiness, while in a safe and rewarding learning environment.
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