Taipei, December 23 (CNA) Taipei City health authorities said on Sunday that a baby infected with measles traveled on the Wenzhou (Brown) MRT line from December 13 to 15, encouraging everyone to who had taken during the subway up to 18 days should be paid to all signs of measles complaints.
The patient was identified as an eleven-month-old baby in Taipei, who was confirmed on Saturday as an imported measles case in the Philippines by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
In his statement, the CDC said that the baby had visited the Southeast Asian country with his family from November 30 to December 4.
The patient had fever, rhinitis and fatigue. After returning to Taipei and seeing a doctor for the first time on December 1
The infant, who had been discharged from the hospital, was confirmed on Saturday with the grain Source of the infection is the Philip Pines, the agency added.
The Taipei City Department of Health said on Sunday that the measles had been communicated from 13 to 21 December.
During this time, the patient had contact with 221 people, including medical nurses. Other patients in two local clinics and in the hospital, as well as family members who were told to pay attention to related symptoms, should seek medical treatment if there are signs of illness, the city government said in a statement.
The baby also traveled from Gangqian Station to MRT Brown Line from 9:00 am to 9:30 am on December 13th and 14th, and between noon and 12:30 pm to Nangang Software Park Station on December 15th; and from Nangang Software Park to Gangqian Station at 18:30 to 19:00. on the 13th of December, 2 pm to 2 pm. on Dec. 14 and 1:30 pm to 2:00 pm on Dec. 15, the statement said.
He was also on the third floor of CTBC Financial Park near Nangang Software Park Station at 12:30 to 1:30. December 15, added the statement.
The health department urged those present to be present in these places and times, to take care of their health intensively for up to 18 days after their possible exposure to the patient, and to consult a doctor immediately. Fever, rhinitis, conjunctivitis, Cough or rash.
Meanwhile, the CDC urged people not to travel to measles-infested areas with children under the age of one, and warned of a disease that was highly contagious. In measles, exposure to early symptoms is 10 to 12 days on average.
CDC data show that Taiwan has registered 37 cases of measles infections this year, including 10 imported cases, mostly imported from Southeast Asian countries.
(By Liang Pei-chi and Elizabeth Hsu)
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