Costa Rica has been proudly free from bark for over ninety years. But all this has changed this week thanks to a young boy and his parents from France, who on February 18 went to the country of Central America on vacation. Now the health authorities in the country have set a boy and his parents who are aged. 30, and 35, to quarantine and try to find someone who can get seven.
The authorities are struggling to find 311 people who were flying over a 12-hour Air France flight to Costa Rica, local newspaper La Nación reports. Several employees of the hotel, where the family stayed for one night, were vaccinated against this illness.
A French family went to a private doctor in Costa Rica to ask about their baby's rash, and then said that other students had measles at their school, according to the star of Costa Rica.
The last time in Costa Rica was a cortex case, it was in 2014, and it was also imported. The last case of measles in Costa Rica was in 2006.
It is unclear why the French boy and his mother were not vaccinated against measles, but this happened at a time when the World Health Organization noted that "vaccine indecision" is one of the 10 global health threats. I'm this year.
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