GRAVES COUNTY, KY – Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri are among the states that reported cases of measles before this year, adding to the total country that has already surpassed all of last year and continues to grow.
The Executive Director of the Kentucky Government on Public Health and Family Services said that in 201
Meanwhile, the Department of Public Health in Illinois says that this year there were seven cases of measles. An IDPH spokeswoman, Melanie Arnold, said that all cases were either in the Champaign or Cook district and in county districts (around counties around Cook County).
In Missouri there was one case of cortex  Rick, located in Jefferson County, told Missouri Department of Public Health and Senior Services spokeswoman Lisa Cox.
These figures are part of a surge in bark cases throughout the country. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from January 1 to March 28 confirmed 387 cortical cases in 15 states. This three month sum is larger than last year's – 372 – and the second largest after measles was declared abolished in the United States in 2000.
Including the first days of April, the total number of cases of US measles higher than 387, from the county of Rockland in New York, reporting 166 cases as of April 4 and 259 cases in New York as of April 3 .
"Because there were so many people who refused vaccines in recent years, the flash is really easy," Thorne said.
Thorne said that measles is very easy to spread from person to person.
"Coughing and sneezing spread measles. Cyrus is very contagious. Cyrus may even stay in the room until two hours after the person left, "explained Thorne.
Symptoms include fever, cough, runny nose and red eyes, followed by rash. may be pneumonia, severe conjunctivitis or eye infections. It can cause encephalitis (brain inflammation) and seizures. And in very severe cases, it can lead to death, "said Thorne.
The recommended age for receiving a measles vaccine is 12 to 15 months and 4 to 6 years. But adults who have never been vaccinated can still get it. The department also takes patients daily from 8 to 9 am.
Thorne also noted that no scientific studies have been conducted that autisms with any vaccine.
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