There’s lots of talk about how to protect children from the highly contagious virus, but adults with measles are 10 times more likely to be hospitalized.
The resurgence of measles may have adults wondering if they’re protected against the highly contagious virus. If you were exposed today, would you be immune?
Health officials are warning passengers who’ve traveled through two major airports that they may have been exposed to the illness. Three infected children moved through Los Angeles International Airport on December 11, then arrived at Denver International Airport that same day and were hospitalized.
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