LAKEWOOD – Two months after the outbreak was announced, the measles returned to the ocean.
Health workers said on Friday that the third confirmed case of an infectious disease means that the authorities consider it an outbreak
. Earlier, the outbreak of measles – a disease declared by the United States in 2000 – from October to January 16 with 30 confirmed cases in the ocean and three in the House of Passaic. The dead were not reported. Simultaneous outbreaks took place in Orthodox Jewish districts in Brooklyn and Rockland counties.
Public health officials say that people with the last case of measles in Lakewood may have exposed others between 9 and 1
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7 – For those who have taken the bark in these places to show symptoms. Anyone who believes that they could be subjected to these dates should call their doctor and arrange a meeting before they go in person.
The symptoms of the bark include rash, high fever, cough, runny nose and red, watery eyes. Pregnant women are at high risk of miscarriage or premature birth. Unvaccinated people are also at risk.
"We urge everyone to check that they and their family members are aware of the measles / mumps / rubella vaccine (MMR) and all other age-appropriate immunizations. The vaccine not only protects you, but also protects those around you who are too young to get a vaccine or can not get it for medical reasons, "said Dr. Christina Tang, a state epidemiologist.
On an international trip, the World Health Organization recommends that adults or adolescents not know about their immune status as a dose of measles vaccine before traveling.
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