The Lowell Community Health Center warns the public after a pediatric patient has been diagnosed with measles.
Lowell Sun said the patient recovered from home after being isolated at the health center.
Officials said someone in the health center’s main lobby, pediatric waiting room, pharmacy or lab between noon. 12:53 and 5:22 p.m. on Thursday may have been exposed to measles, the paper reported.
The health center is also looking to identify anyone who accompanied a patient or who visited the lab or pharmacy between the hours, reported the paper.
The health center asks patients who were there during these hours and have not confirmed the immunization register to enter for testing to determine immunity and immunize, reported the paper.
The health center will be open from 8:00 to 5:00 on Sunday. Patients do not need a meeting.
The person already vaccinated is not in danger. In addition, all those born before 1
957, born in the United States, are probably immune, reported it.