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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

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Local schools discovered that many of their girls suddenly developed spots.

It all started in a local elementary school. The teachers noticed that several students were covered with spots. Debbie Westmoreland of Springfield Elementary said, "All I know was that at least four of my girls were covered with spots."

The students were sent to the infirmary, and there were no signs of illness. Their parents were instructed to send them to their own doctors as a precaution. The local school board is baffled, and so is the Centers for Disease Control. According to Dr. Carl Smith, "We cannot seem to isolate any pathogens which can cause these lesions. Even some samples of the tissue seem to be completely benign."

Meanwhile, other female students in Ms. Westmoreland's class, as well as other female students at Springfield and in local schools have all come down with the spots. The school board is unsure of what to do, whether to educate the students at home or to start a school just for spotted girls. Interestingly, there are reports of one boy with the spots. However, that student is also reported to be diagnosed with gender identity issues.

So what is causing the spots? Nobody really knows, and there seems to be no illnesses involved. We will keep you updated as more information arrives.

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