B.C. Juveniles who were not vaccinated as children were looking for vaccinations on their own, says doctor B.C.
A rash-leaved passenger may have spread the disease very infected to others during a stop at Leduc from Vancouver earlier this month, Alberta Health Services said on Sunday in a public health notice.
In a news release, the health authority said that the Public Health Agency in Canada had warned an individual with a laboratory confirmed fleet flying to Edmonton International Airport from Vancouver and staying at Leduc overnight and visiting a number of locations during their stay.
The trip of landing at Edmonton International Airport at 12:54 p.m. February 12. The person traveled from Vancouver to Inuvik, N.W.T ..
AHS warns that anyone who has visited the following settings has been exposed to the disease:
• February 12, 2:30 p.m. i 3:30 p.m. – Location: Hotel Hotel & Edmonton International Airport; Disposal locations: Paradise Inn and Suites, 7118 Sparrow Dr.; Crystal Star Inn, 8334 Cilgant y Rhaeadr; Wyndham Garden Edmonton Airport, 8016 Sparrow Dr .; Wingate by Wyndham, 7120 Sparrow Dr.
• February 12, 5 p.m. i 7 p.m. – Walmart Supercentre, 5302 Discovery Way.
• February 13, 6:30 a.m. i 7 a.m. – Hotel Hotel Edmonton International Airport Hotel; Crystal Star Inn – 8334 Cilgant Station.
• February 13: Edmonton International Airport; Canada North Flight # 5T-444 in Inuvik; Start 7:45 a.m.
• February 12, 3 p.m. and February 13, 6:30 a.m. – Stars Inn Hotel; Sparrow Crescent.
AHS said that anyone born after 1970 and who had received less than two doses of measles vaccine could be at risk if they are in the vicinity of an infected person.
"Given the timetable of the possible exposure, deployment immunization is not effective. Individuals are encouraged to monitor symptoms for 21 days after the date of potential exposure, which may be until March 5, 2019," said AHS spokesman Jennifer Vanderlaan , in a news release.
The symptoms of measles include a fever above 38 C, cough, red nose and red eyes and a red rash that starts behind the ears and on the surface and can spread across the body.
"Measles are an extremely infectious disease, spread easily through the air. There is no measles for treatment, however, it can be stopped by immunization," said Vanderlaan. "In Alberta, measles vaccine is offered, free of charge, through a Alberta-funded public immunization program."
The AHS is expected to provide an update at 1 p.m. this afternoon.
Measles do not have any reasons. Ultimately, most cases are cleansing on their own, but some infections can lead to severe complications such as pneumonia, encephalitis and death.
Those that have been infected with measles are often infectious before they show any symptoms.
AHS asks anyone suffering from symptoms of staying at home and telephoning * 811 rather than visiting a health clinic.
Last week, health authorities in Vancouver confirmed ten cases of measles in the city that originated from two primary schools.
More to come.