LAKEWOOD – Two months after an outbreak was declared, the measles have returned to Ocean County.
On Friday, health officers said a third confirmed case of communicable diseases meant that the authorities were considering this outbreak  The outbreaks of measles – a disease declared by the United States in 2000 – were from October to January 16 with 30 confirmed cases in the Ocean County and three in a home in Passaic County. There were no reported deaths. Simultaneous outbreaks occurred in Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Rockland County.
State health officials say that the man with the latest case of measles in Lakewood may have exposed others between 9 and 1
Congregation Bais Tefilla, 33 E. 8th St.
Beth Medrash Govoha, Bais Yitzchok Hall
Beth Hamedrash Zichron Binyomin, 701 Princeton Ave.
Lake Terrass Hall, 1690 Oak St.
Col Shimshon, 323 Squankum Road
It may take weeks – until April 7 – for someone who contracted measles at these sites to show symptoms. Anyone who thinks they could have been exposed during these dates should call their medical provider and arrange a meeting before appearing in person.
Brass symptoms include rash, high fever, cough, runny nose and red, watery eyes. Pregnant women are at high risk of miscarriage or premature birth. Unvaccinated people are also at risk.
"We urge everyone to check that they and their family members are up to date on vaccines against messlor / sheep and red dogs (MMR) and any other age-related immunizations. Being vaccinated will not only protect you, it will protect others around you who are too young to get the vaccine or can not take it for medical reasons, "says Dr. Christina Tan, the state's epidemiologist.
"If you are planning an international trip, the World Health Organization recommends that adults or adolescents who are unsure of their immune status receive a dose of measles vaccine before traveling."
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