LEGIONNAIRE'S DISEASE IN GEORGIA

The Georgia Department of Public Health said they found Legionella, the bacteria that causes Legionnaire's Disease, during testing of water at Lockheed-Martin's Marietta campus.

GDPH said that environmental testing found legionella in the potable water and cooling towers at the manufacturer's facility on Cobb Dr.

Earlier in September, the Department of Public Health confirmed four Lockheed Martin employees were diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease in the past 12 months. 

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