A measles outbreak is taking place in Ohio. Specialists warn that this may not be the closure
In November, as the number of RSV, flu and COVID
cases involving moms and dads in the United States increased
Ohio parents faced another surprising health
hazard for their children: measles.
Columbus Public Health (CPH) of Ohio and Franklin County Public Fitness
(FCPH) announced a week after November
that they were investigating a measles outbreak, at the time four children, linked to
a neighborhood child care center.
Measles, which can be easily spread by coughing, talking, or being in
the same room, is quite infectious
In fact, measles is expected to infect 90 percent of unvaccinated
people who are exposed.
It's also surprisingly contagious: Only one virus, SARS-CoV-2 (which causes COVID-19),
is known to be more contagious than measles.
Most adults and older children are vaccinated against measles, but the measles, mumps, and rubella
(MMR) vaccine is not always given to children under one year of age
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