The Department wants to inform anyone who has visited the 4,000 Old Court Road in Pikesville, MD on Tuesday in Baltimore County that they may have been exposed to measles.
The exposure time is from 9 am to 3 pm
Persons who may have been exposed to additional places are notified directly
The 4000 Old Court Road area contains dental, medical and other medical practices. The case came from a patient in the building.
The Department of Health in Maryland said that people who were 4,000 old legs should be observed for early symptoms of measles, especially fever. Dr. Neil Roy of the Sinai Hospital said. "About one in 1
Measles is a contagious viral infection-preventable vaccine that spreads to unvaccinated people through coughing, sneezing and mouth secretions. Measles virus may remain in the air for up to two hours
The symptoms of measles usually develop 10-14 days after exposure to the virus but can develop immediately after seven days and up to 21 days after exposure.
According to Maryland's Department of Health, there was one confirmed measles case reported in Maryland in 2018
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