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Fairs outbreaks gnaw quarantine orders at the 2 Los Angeles University

Some students and employees at two Los Angeles universities have been quarantined because of possible contact with the measles virus, official said Thursday. The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and California State University, Los Angeles announced both orders this week. UCLA officials learned from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) on Monday that a student "had contrasted measles" and had been on campus while contagious, the university said in a statement Wednesday. Since then, UCLA has reached out to other potentially affected individuals, officials said. DR. MARC SIEGEL: YOU MUST NOT ENTER TO MACHINES IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN BETWEEN ACCESSORY YEAR "Most of these individuals have since been cleared, but we are still waiting for medical records from 1 19 students and eight faculty members to decide if they are immune to the measles, the statement says. "As a result, LACDPH has decided to quarantine these individuals until their immunity is determined." The quarantine is expected to vary for about 24 to 48 hours "until their evidence of immunity is established" but some Quarantines may vary up to a week, officials said. Separately, California State University, Los Angeles gave an update on Thursday about a "potential exposure" to the library between 11.00 and 3.00 on April 11. As a result, health officials requested that "Cal State LA employees" who may have been exposed "to provide immunization registers or controlled for immune US MASLES CASES HAVE HIGHLY LEVEL IN 25 YEARS, SAYS OFFICIAL "These employees, including student…

Some students and employees at two Los Angeles universities have been quarantined because of possible contact with the measles virus, official said Thursday.

The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and California State University, Los Angeles announced both orders this week.

UCLA officials learned from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LACDPH) on Monday that a student “had contrasted measles” and had been on campus while contagious, the university said in a statement Wednesday.

Since then, UCLA has reached out to other potentially affected individuals, officials said.

DR. MARC SIEGEL: YOU MUST NOT ENTER TO MACHINES IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN BETWEEN ACCESSORY YEAR

“Most of these individuals have since been cleared, but we are still waiting for medical records from 1

19 students and eight faculty members to decide if they are immune to the measles, the statement says. “As a result, LACDPH has decided to quarantine these individuals until their immunity is determined.” The quarantine is expected to vary for about 24 to 48 hours “until their evidence of immunity is established” but some Quarantines may vary up to a week, officials said.

Separately, California State University, Los Angeles gave an update on Thursday about a “potential exposure” to the library between 11.00 and 3.00 on April 11.

As a result, health officials requested that “Cal State LA employees” who may have been exposed “to provide immunization registers or controlled for immune

US MASLES CASES HAVE HIGHLY LEVEL IN 25 YEARS, SAYS OFFICIAL

“These employees, including student workers, have been sent home in quarantine orders and told to stay home and avoid contact with others as much as possible “Update said.

Seventy students and 127 employees quarantine at California State University, Los Angeles, said school officials, according to The Associated Press.

Quarantine orders come as a small outbreak of the Los Angeles County Messels Act with at least five confirmed cases in connection with foreign travel. The state registered 38 case cases as of Thursday against 11 about the same time last year, Karen Smith, head of the California Department of Public Health, Associated Press told.

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Trade fairs in the US have reportedly climbed to their highest level in 25 years and closed in 700 cases this year at a resumption largely attributable to incorrect data such as transforms parents into vaccines. About three-quarters of this year’s diseases in the United States have been in New York.

The vaccine, which became available in the 1960s, is considered safe and very effective, and because of this, measles explained everything except eliminated in the United States in 2000.

Associated Press contributed to this report.

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