By Dailymail.com Reporter
Published: 19:02 BST, 4 July 2019 | Updated: 19:02 BST, 4 July 2019
Seattle Children's Hospital is reopening all of its 14 operating rooms that were shuttered after a devastating mold infestation killed one patient and sickened five.
Officials insist the spaces are safe to use with new air vents fitted that are free of Aspergillus.
However, some families say they have not been informed whether they were affected or not.
The mold was first spotted a year ago, though the operating rooms weren't closed until mid-May, when the scale of infections started rising.
During the eight-week-long clean-up, doctors were forced to perform operations in other parts of the hospital to avoid deadly infections.
Since all 14 operating rooms were closed in mid-May, doctors have been forced to perform operations in other parts of the hospital to avoid deadly infections
One mother, whose son had