A letter was sent to the parents of the Goddad School on Saturday saying that a child with a possible measles case was present on June 11 from 9:30 to 11:30
Health officials said , that it is possible that a case of Bean's traders at 105 W NC 54 in Durham on June 10 from 10:00 to 13:30
Durham County Medical Director Dr Arlene Senna spoke Monday morning at a press conference. She said additional tests had to be completed in a national laboratory to confirm or reject the case. The results of this laboratory are expected later this week.
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Measles spread through coughing, sneezing and contact with secretions from the mouth of the nose and throat from an infected person
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If you have not been vaccinated against measles, you are immunocompromised or are pregnant and you have been in this place during the above-mentioned times, please call us and the Department of Durham County Public Health today at (919) 560-HELP
Officials say the symptoms of measles usually occur in two stages. In the first stage most people have a fever of more than 101 degrees, rash, watery, red eyes and coughing. The second stage begins from the third to the seventh day when a rash appears on the face and spread throughout the body.
Officials say there are no confirmed cases of measles, but additional testing is taking place.
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