Measles sickens 19 in Washington state. Portland Trail Blazers fans may have been exposed

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WEDNESDAY, Feb. 20, 2019 -- The U.S. government may have to take steps to reduce vaccine exemptions for children if states do not do it, the head of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration suggested. His comments come as measles outbreaks rage in a...
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Icelandair customers who flew from Heathrow to Reykjavik on the February 14 flight FI455 have been told to seek medical help if they show any symptoms of the viral illness, including a fever or rash.
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The disease was declared eliminated in 2000. So far this year, there have been more than 100 cases.
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Students and staff at two Vancouver French-language schools who have not provided proof they have been vaccinated against measles have been sent home and will only be allowed to return if there are no new cases by March 7.
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Students and staff at two Vancouver French-language schools who have not provided proof they have been vaccinated against measles have been sent home and will only be allowed to return if there are no new cases by March 7.
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A measles outbreak in Vancouver that has infected nine individuals since Feb. 15 has led officials in the western Canadian city to urge the unvaccinated and under-vaccinated to be immunized.
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(Natural News) Via Children’s Health Defense, headed by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., who is perhaps the only prominent Democrat in America that’s actually fighting to protect children from toxic vaccines, 5G electromagnetic radiation and dangerous fluoride chemicals in the water supply: (Testimony from Dr. Brian S. Hooker) There is a problem with measles in Washington...
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Brenda Shaw spent a month in hospital when she contracted measles as a four-year-old in 1950. The infection burst her eardrum, leaving her deaf in the right ear and causing complications that still trouble her today.
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Parents fear their baby — who was born a month early and is turning a year old today — might have been exposed to measles during a visit to B.C. Children's Hospital emergency room earlier this month. The family is in isolation in their home on a day they wanted to greet people for Max Seccia-Smith's birthday celebration.
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