People not vaccinated because of a religious or personal belief are at greater risk for complications from measles that may include pneumonia, eosinophilia, hemolytic disease a severe damage to red blood cells, and death.

This is a major concern given the widespread infection rate with the deadly virus.”

“The CDC is monitoring the situation and is monitoring reports of potential measles cases.”

“While there is no vaccine for measles, many people with compromised immune systems may experience a low and mild form of the disease and are at high risk for severe complications. These people include the elderly, adolescents and children, people with underlying medical conditions, and people who have recently traveled to areas experiencing outbreaks of the disease. A family history of measles also may be a risk factor.”

“Health officials have not released specific information, but an analysis of outbreak news stories and other websites suggests measles can be spread by breathing the droplets from a person infected with the measles – and a person’s direct contact with those droplets.”

“While measles can be spread from person to person via respiratory droplets from an infected person, it is possible for measles to spread from person to person from a person with active measles infection whose immune system is weakened by any underlying medical or immune system disorder or other medical conditions.”

“People not vaccinated because of a religious or personal belief are at greater risk for complications from measles that may include pneumonia, eosinophilia, hemolytic disease (a severe damage to red blood cells), and death.”

“People who are immune to measles usually are also at high risk for complication from measles, including pneumonia, meningitis, encephalitis, and pneumonia,” writes the CDC report.

“More than 700 measles cases have been reported to CDC, and more than 40 outbreaks of measles have occurred throughout the United States since 2000. Because of ongoing measles outbreaks around the world, the U.S. has an increased need for an effective vaccination regimen. It is critical that people with any health problem that may be triggered by measles get vaccinated.”

“Although deaths were also reported this year, they can be attributed to other causes including: respiratory infections, foodborne illnesses, and other infectious diseases.”

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