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Monday, October 15, 2018

ANOTHER FRUM "SHOITEH" WITH MEASLES INFECTS PEOPLE IN NY & NJ; AND Visited Monsey Locations

Monsey Residents are being warning they may have been infected by the unidentified traveler at some point between Oct. 4 and Oct. 11.
Health officials say anyone at these locations may have been exposed to the measles:
    • Congregation Bais Elazer in Monsey, N.Y. on Oct. 4
    • Mia’s Reflexology in New City, N.Y. on Oct. 4
    • Lifetime Gym in Montvale, N.J. on Oct. 5
    • Wesley Kosher in Monsey N.Y. on Oct. 5
    • Congregation Borov in Monsey, N.Y. on Oct. 5 and Oct. 6
    • Costco in Nanuet, N.Y. on Oct. 7
    • Care 365 in Monsey, N.Y. on Oct. 8
    • Westchester Medical Center’s Emergency Room in Valhalla, N.Y. on Oct. 11
Rockland County health officials say the infected person is now being treated and is isolated.
Symptoms of the measles include fever, runny nose, red eyes that are sensitive to light, coughing and a red rash. The illness usually appears 10-12 days after exposure, but can sometimes take up to three weeks to develop.
It is the second time in a month that a visitor to Rockland has exposed others to the measles. An international traveler went to New Square from Newark International Airport and spent several days before symptoms appeared; local people were exposed to the measles from Sept. 28 to Oct. 1.

3 comments:

Horndog Hershel said...

So the baal tayvanik got a massage from a petite Chinese goyta at Mia's - the short & simple of "reflexology"

"Nice"!

Anonymous said...

The person was vaccinated and still caught it. Read below from cdc website.

He is not a shoitah. He was not aware he was infected until his symptoms came out.

If you received a measles vaccine in the 1960s, you may not need to be revaccinated. People who have documentation of receiving LIVE measles vaccine in the 1960s do not need to be revaccinated. People who were vaccinated prior to 1968 with either inactivated (killed) measles vaccine or measles vaccine of unknown type should be revaccinated with at least one dose of live attenuated measles vaccine. This recommendation is intended to protect those who may have received killed measles vaccine, which was available in 1963-1967 and was not effective.

* Birth before 1957 provides only p

bella.

If you received a measles vaccine in the 1960s, you may not need to be revaccinated. People who have documentation of receiving LIVE measles vaccine in the 1960s do not need to be revaccinated. People who were vaccinated prior to 1968 with either inactivated (killed) measles vaccine or measles vaccine of unknown type should be revaccinated with at least one dose of live attenuated measles vaccine. This recommendation is intended to protect those who may have received killed measles vaccine, which was available in 1963-1967 and was not effective.

* Birth before 1957 provides only p

Anonymous said...

Why the shoiteh title. The only shoiteh here is the person that titled this blog