Measles Among U.S.-Bound Refugees from Malaysia -- California, Maryland, North Carolina, and Wisconsin, August-September 2011

Zipprich, Jennifer; Harriman, Kathleen; Talarico, John; Edwards, Cindy; Blythe, David; Shah, Dipti; Morillo, Jennifer; Smith, Sheree; Hopfensperger, Daniel; Tsering, Savitri; Wallace, Greg; Barskey, Albert; Kutty, Preeta; Armstrong, Gregory; Marienau, Karen; Berliet, Juliana; Ross, Keysha; Schembri, Christopher; Burke, Heather; Lee, Deborah
September 2011
MMWR: Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report;9/23/2011, Vol. 60 Issue 37, p1281
This article discusses a report on the prevalence of measles among Malaysian refugees in the U.S. from August to September 2011. Released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the report presented the symptoms experienced by refugees with measles, including fever and rashes. It also provided data on the prevention of the transmission of the disease.


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