How is meningitis spread


Bacteria that causes meningitis can spread to other people through close contact with infected people. A person can also get meningitis by eating contaminated food that contains Listeria monocytogenes, as stated by the CDC. There are people who have meningococcal bacteria in the nose, but do not have any symptoms of meningitis. Such people can easily spread the bacteria to others.

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