Dr Nick Flynn says there is a 'significant outbreak' of the disease in the city
A Cork GP says he has been diagnosing an average of three patients with mumps every week for the last four weeks.
Dr Nick Flynn says there is a 'significant outbreak' of the disease in the city at the moment following a number of confirmed cases.
Earlier this week, management at Cork institute of Technology confirmed a number of students had been diagnosed with the highly contagious viral infection whose symptoms include swollen glands, fever, muscle aches and tiredness.
Dr Nick Flynn of mycorkgp.ie told RedFM News that the number of cases he is seeing is not the norm.