Mexico remains on alert for measles, three French girls diagnosed in Sonora

Posted on June 10, 2012 • Filed under: Health, Mexico

Epidemiological surveillance of the three patients who were in Sonora the same flight as the French girl diagnosed with measles, was concluded by the Ministry of Health. This is because the studies were negative to the disease having passed 21 days of mandatory surveillance after possible contact with the patient who was on 10 July. However, the alert continues at the national level and in Sonora, because of cases in Europe and the new case diagnosed in Mexico. “The alert continues because there was a new case in Mexico City of a 16 year tenure in Scotland,” said Director of Epidemiology of the Ministry of Health, Sergio Olvera Alba. So far it has not been notified if the flight that took… Read Article

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