10 infants contracted antibiotic-resistant superbug MRSA in California hospital’s intensive care unit this year – but expecting parents were NOT told

Ten infants contracted an antibiotic-resistant superbug in a California hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit in the last six months – but officials hid the outbreak from the public until now.

Over the course of eight months from August to March, staff at UC Irvine Medical Center have secretly battled to control a spread of MRSA in one of the hospital’s two units for critically-ill newborns.

None of the babies died, officials said, and health inspectors claim the unit is .

However, the hospital still cannot identify the source of the virus – and cases were still being diagnosed as recently as last month.

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