As of Wednesday night, 4,361 of Princeton’s 8,000 students have taken a meningitis vaccine not currently approved in the United States. (The other 3,639 have meningitis.) The meningitis outbreak that’s been roiling campus for the past couple semesters led the Center for Disease Control to allow the university to administer the vaccine, currently approved in Europe and Australia and that town just south of the border where Jason Street tries to take some drugs that will help him walk again in Season 2 of “Friday Night Lights.” Today is the last day to get the vaccine.
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