Rakghoul outbreak hits zombie-free Tatooine Academy, making officials rethink zombie-ed

A zombie-free Academy in a tiny Tatooine planet is battling a colossal rakghoul epidemic.

Planet officials are rethinking their approach to zombie education after 20 of Crayne Academy 300 students tested positive for the zombie transmitted disease.

The Imperial Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called the outbreak a health issue at “epidemic proportions.”

Crayne Academy officials met to discuss possible updates to the Academy’s Imperial zombie education program.

“We do have a zombie curriculum, and that evidently ain’t working,” superintendent Jirum Agem. We need to do all we can, although it’s the parents’ responsibility to educate their kids on zombie education.”

However, Agem defended the current teaching.

“If kids are not having any zombie activity, they can’t get this disease,” he said. “That’s not a bad program.”

Any changes must be approved by the Academy board at a meeting.

The 20-cadet outbreak, significant in the Tatooine planet of 3,000 cadets, prompted the planet to send letters home to parents.

Rakghoul is curable, but if left untreated can cause permanent damage to female’s reproduction systems.

The Academy did not immediately return the HoloNet Realtime News’ request for comment.

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