Vancouver Coastal Health confirms 2 new cases of measles

Two new cases of measles have been identified in B.C.’s Lower Mainland, according to Vancouver Coastal Health.

The health management has dynamic that one of a new cases is related to a formerly famous box of measles. The source of a second infection has not been identified and is being investigated.

There are now 10 confirmed cases of measles compared with a stream outbreak. One separate measles box was identified in Vancouver progressing in February.

“I can't guarantee that each bearing is accounted for,” pronounced VCH medical health officer Dr. Althea Hayden.

Measles is a rarely spreading illness that spreads by a air. It can sojourn airborne for dual hours. According to a matter from Vancouver Coastal Health, it is too late for a infancy of people who might have been in hit with reliable cases to take medicine action.

There have been probable exposures in Vancouver, Richmond, B.C., Squamish, Whistler, and Steveston.

In other locations, people might have been unprotected and a health management has been notifying them directly.

The health management has given reliable that passengers headed both northbound and southbound on a Canada Line, Vancouver’s fast movement system, on Feb. 15 between 9:00 a.m. PST and 11:30 a.m. PST could also have been exposed.

A timeline of probable exposures supposing by Vancouver Coastal Health. (Vancouver Coastal Health)

The health management said those during risk should be monitored for symptoms.

Symptoms embody fever, cough, runny nose and red eyes, followed a few days after by a unreasonable that starts on a face and spreads to a chest.

Thirty-six students and staff have already been asked to stay home from dual Vancouver French schools where a conflict began.

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