A third case of measles was confirmed at a resident of Maryland. People may have been exposed to three public places in Baltimore County, the Maryland Department of Health said Wednesday.
A third case of measles was confirmed at a resident of Maryland. People in three public places in the Baltimore district may have been exposed, the Maryland Department of Health said Wednesday.
Anyone who has visited the following places at these times may have been exposed: [4,959,004] 4,000 Old Court Rd. In Pikesville on Sunday, April 14, from 10:30 to 13:30
Measles can easily be transmitted to people who are not vaccinated by coughing, sneezing and secretions from the mouth. The virus can survive up to two hours in the air.
Those who are vaccinated but have compromised the immune system are encouraged to see their doctor.
Those who have not been vaccinated and exposed are encouraged to notify their doctors before the visit, so that special precautions can be taken without endangering others.
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