The Ontario County Health Department is investigating a confirmed case of pertussis, or whooping cough.
The health department says a Victor Senior High School student contracted the highly contagious bacterial disease.
School administrators say there is no reason to believe that the student had any contact with students in the elementary buildings.
A local doctor says there should be no reason to rush to an urgent care center.
"This is not a time to panic. This is a great time to reach out to your child's primary care provider and say my child was in the child's class, or my child is a neighbor of the person infected, and by the way my child has really severe asthma or has some other medical problems and therefore I'm wondering if my child should have some special sort of checkup," said Dr. Elizabeth Murray, Strong Hospital.
Pertussis is a vaccine preventable disease.
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