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California residents on flight to San Francisco contract brass, health officials say

At least two passengers on an international flight arriving in San Francisco in February drew brass from an infected person on the same flight, said the Public Health Department in a statement Wednesday. Public health officials did not disclose the infected person's flight number or which airline they used. It is unclear where the San Francisco-bound flight took off. The two passengers – whom the San Francisco Department of Public Health did not identify but listed live in San Francisco and Santa Clara County – were exposed to the viral infection of a third passenger, resident in Santa Cruz County, who likely pulled measles abroad. CHICAGO MIDWAY AIR SALES MUST BE SEALED FOR OBJECTIVES, HEALTHCARE WORKS WARNED It is not known whether passengers who were originally infected were aware that he or she had contrasted measles before the flight. "The public has a very low risk of measles as a result of these cases," noted the San Francisco Department of Public Health and noted no other passengers on the flight have pulled themselves out. "The flight was more than three weeks ago. Fairs are developing within 21 days of exposure. Public health investigators have not identified any evidence showing that measles is spreading within the affected counties," health officials say. "The public has a lot of little risk of measles as a result of these cases. " – San Francisco Department of Public Health Fairs is a highly contagious viral infection that spreads in the air when an infected person…

At least two passengers on an international flight arriving in San Francisco in February drew brass from an infected person on the same flight, said the Public Health Department in a statement Wednesday.

Public health officials did not disclose the infected person’s flight number or which airline they used. It is unclear where the San Francisco-bound flight took off.

The two passengers – whom the San Francisco Department of Public Health did not identify but listed live in San Francisco and Santa Clara County – were exposed to the viral infection of a third passenger, resident in Santa Cruz County, who likely pulled measles abroad.

CHICAGO MIDWAY AIR SALES MUST BE SEALED FOR OBJECTIVES, HEALTHCARE WORKS WARNED

It is not known whether passengers who were originally infected were aware that he or she had contrasted measles before the flight.

“The public has a very low risk of measles as a result of these cases,” noted the San Francisco Department of Public Health and noted no other passengers on the flight have pulled themselves out.

“The flight was more than three weeks ago. Fairs are developing within 21

days of exposure. Public health investigators have not identified any evidence showing that measles is spreading within the affected counties,” health officials say.

“The public has a lot of little risk of measles as a result of these cases. “

– San Francisco Department of Public Health

Fairs is a highly contagious viral infection that spreads in the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. People may also come in contact with brass if they come into contact with mucus or saliva in an infected person Although symptoms sometimes do not occur for weeks, typical signs of measles contain high fever, rash, cough and red, watery eyes.

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Common complications include ear infections and diarrhea, but severe re complications – such as pneumonia, encephalitis (swelling of the brain) – can also occur according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). [19659003] So far this year, the CDC has confirmed individual cases of measles in 11 states. In the Washington state alone, there have been 71 confirmed cases, the state health department said in an update on March 4.

“That you have all your immunizations is especially important for travelers because measles circulates in many countries outside the United Kingdom,” added the San Francisco Department of Public Health to recommend babies between six and eleven months, get a measles vaccine before starting one international travel.

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