16 Measle Cases Being Reported in NYC

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16 Measle Cases Being Reported in NYCEarlier this week, some rare strange virus or bacteria came out of NYC’s fish markets in Chinatown, and now reports of measles cases are being reported out of the Big Apple. City officials are reminding people that they need to get their entire households vaccinated (this includes the women and kids).


“Measles is a highly contagious viral infection characterized by a generalized rash and high fever, accompanied by cough, red eyes, and runny nose, lasting five to six days. The illness typically begins with a rash on the face and then moves down the body, and may include the palms of the hands and soles of the feet,” the Health Department said in a statement.

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People who have the virus can usually spread the virus up to four days before even showing one sign of a symptom. Do you know how many people you come in contact with in a given day? Before long, the Big Apple will be the Big Measles Apple, and not that other cities should laugh; people travel out of NYC every hour.



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As many as 1-in-3 people with measles develop complications including pneumonia, miscarriage, brain inflammation, hospitalization and even death.


Check this out New Yorkers…


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