Mutual breach in Vancouver and Washington has caused a number of worrying concerns to inner health (IH) but they are Ensure that there is a danger that local disease is very low in Kamloops residents.
"We do not have any evidence of the measles inside," said Dr. Silvina Mema, medical health officer with IH.
"As long as we know, it has been broken in. The missing people are open and they're dealing with that."
However, news about measles of measles have led to more people's awareness; check out their vaccination record or ask about a meeting so they can get it fluid vaccine, a & # 39; harvesting, rubella (MMR). Memorandum notes if parents are unable to vacate a job, they should not be disturbed. As current issues are not locally, the same is the only danger to those who travel.
"People who did not travel, we would not be very much responsible for getting their needle because we're not inside, as long as we know," said Mema. "Someone who has traveled and has the characteristics of a measles: cough, sun nose, congestion, fever and then a kick that starts on his head and working down, that is Normal characteristics of measles. Unfortunately, these distinctive signs are not a "measles".
Mema says that measles still remain endemic in countries in the southeast of Asia, Africa and parts of Europe.
If you think you are carrying a measurable, make sure you contact your doctor before going to check, so that they can get quickly. Because its & # 39; If you are attending a cold room, click on the air, so that it does not harm others in the waiting room.
There was no case of the criminology reported inside Within 2011, when there were seven cases. In 2010, there were 14 breeding cases.
According to IH, 86 per cent of two-year-olds in the Thompson-Shuswap area have their MMR vaccine. One dose of the vaccine that is given is estimated between 12 and 15 months old between 85 and 95 per cent. affecting the disease and the second dose, delivered between four and six, is almost 100 percent.
However, due to its misdivision about vaccines, Mema says that it is natural that there are questions about how MMR works, but some people have never changed.
"It's a spectrum that is against her vaccine, it's not black or white," she says. "There are people who have questions about vaccines and as parents, there are normal questions. Many of these questions have been dealt with with nurses in conversation with clients. There are a number of people who are not open to the message what we have to say because they are specially set in their ways. For those, we do not engage in conversation with the individuals without because he does not give us any place to do. "
If you have any questions, or if you wish to book a meeting, reach your local healthcare center.