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Durham authorities warn about possible exposure to measles at school, café



DRACK, NC (WTVD) – Durham officials are informed residents of possible exposure to measles going on within the community.

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Letter was sent to parents of the Godard School on Saturday saying that a child with a possible case of measles was present on June 11 from 9:30 to 11 : 30 pm

Health officials said that a possible case could happen to Bean's traders at 105 W NC 54 in Durham on June 10 at 10 am By [13:59]

Measles are spreading coughing, sneezing, and contact with secretions from the mouth and throat of the nose from an infected person.

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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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