The first case of measles is reported in Lancaster County, health authorities say, with a total of nine countries in the country's largest outbreak of the virus since 1992.
This case is related to a trip to another country and was not acquired in Pennsylvania, State Department of Health spokesman Nate Wardle said.
The case was confirmed on June 26 and staff interviewed the patient in order to confirm that there are no public exposures, according to Wardell.
Asked where in the General Case, he said, "We only share information about the districts for cases unless there are public exposures that we need to alert a society that is not this case. "
Wardle noted that he was" the same it is important that people are vaccinated to protect themselves, their relatives and the community against serious, life-threatening diseases such as measles, polio, whooping cough and others. "
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The case of Lancaster County and seven others in Pennsylvania are in people not vaccinated, according to Wardell, and the vaccine ion history of the ninth is unknown
Most people affected by recent outbreaks have not been vaccinated, especially children, according to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 14 days after contact with the virus "and usually includes fever, cough, runny nose and watery eyes, "with measles rash appearing three to five days after the first symptoms
Dr. Joseph Contra, chief of infectious diseases at Lancaster General Hospital, calls measles" extremely " contagious, "and noted that without vaccination, every person with measles is spread on an average of 18 others
it is more difficult for the virus to spread, he says
According to the CDC, measles patients may infect others, even before they know they have the disease.
Measles can be serious. , children less than 5 years of age, and adults over 20 years of age are more likely to suffer from complications that are described as follows: [1)       Good luck! An email has been sent to confirm the registration in the list.