A nurse at the Seattle Children's Hospital has been diagnosed with measles after taking care of a patient who has also been diagnosed with high-contagion disease. a nurse who is 20 years old and working in stationary units is potentially contagious during work from July 8 to July 11. She was also on the Sand Point Way Metropolitan Market on July 8 and Safeway in Kenmore on July 10, according to Public Health – Seattle & King County.
She is fully vaccinated and wears appropriate protective equipment while taking care of the sick child. The patient was in the emergency room of the hospital on June 22, June 25 and June 26 but had no symptoms of measles until the third visit.
The hospital informs patients, families and staff members who may have been exposed
Here are the specific times of exposure.
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