Five other people fell ill on the continued traffic outbreak in the County Seas, bringing the total number of confirmed cases across the state to 24.
The five newly identified cases in the Ocean County represents the delayed reports of sick residents, the New Department of Health announced on Thursday. [Nobyembre1965] In November, the department said the outbreak broke out north to Passaic County after three members fell into a family with a contagious virus.
The New Jersey Department of Health states that Passaic The county household has a direct link to the "Ocean County outbreak community."
More than 80 Lao County residents were exposed to measles at a private event in New York, but no new cases associated with the event were announced by the health department on Thursday night Most exposed to Lakewood, health officials said.
The first case in Lakewood involved a man who traveled to Israel and was exposed to the virus. It was reported at the Ocean County Health Department on October 26. The virus began to spread to Lakewood, but was enclosed in town before the family contract in Passaic County last month.
A full list of infected person's sites can be found in both counties.
Anyone exposed to these areas is likely to have symptoms no later than December 9, health officials said.
Insect incubation periods, a total of 42 days, have passed since the last day that the last known case is contagious, the department said.
The health department said that most people who were infected were "not age-appropriate with Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccines," and it has even distributed the vaccine to "service providers that serve people of the uprising. "
People may also get sick when they interact with mucus os aliva from an infected person, and anyone who has not been vaccinated or had no measles is at risk if they are exposed, said the officials.
Symptoms of measles may include high fever, cough, runny nose, red, eyes and a rash, and can cause more serious complications, such as pneumonia and encephalitis, according to the health department
If contracted, the virus may result in ear infection, pneumonia, brain inflammation, acquired pregnant women, and even death, especially for children, according to health officials.
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