Health Officials Concerned About Measles Cases


Measles: Pathogenesis and Control
Mar 1, 2011 — In two unrelated cases, two people infected with measles have caused outbreak scares in several U.S. cities. Last week it was Boston, where a French consulate worker exposed potentially hundreds of people in her office building, the train and local restaurants to the highly contagious disease.
And now a 27-year-old Santa Fe woman may have exposed people to measles in at least five cities, when she flew home from London via Washington, Baltimore, Denver and Albuquerque between February 20 and 22.

Source: Planet Data

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