The tourist infects two people with measles in Victoria

0
30

A foreign tourist has infected two people with measles in Victoria, bringing the number of cases to 17 so far this year.

The last two patients contracted the disease in early May and may have infected others in public places, Angie Bone revealed Tuesday.

Measles causes fever, cough and runny nose, then a mottled rash and inflamed eyes.

Measles causes fever, cough and runny nose, then a mottled rash and inflamed eyes.

A notice was issued for people who visited Mornington, Ballarat, St Kilda, Williamstown, Terminal 2 of Melbourne Airport, Southern Cross Station, Melbourne CBD, Geelong, Chadstone and Mount Waverley from the beginning of the month .

The dott. Bone last week revealed that an overseas traveler, a 30-year-old man, was recovering from hospital measles in Vietnam after visiting Victoria.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.