The case of measles hits Peth's CBD
Australian Associated Press
A Perth measles diagnosis has prompted city dwellers to observe the symptoms of the contagious disease.
Officials said on Friday the person may have been infectious while in town from Sunday to Wednesday visiting a large supermarket, going to libraries at two universities, traveling on bus lines 950, 100 and 101 and on the Mandurah train.
"The measles virus survives for less than two hours in the air or on objects and surfaces and is rapidly inactivated in the presence of sunlight or heat.Anyone who has a potential exposure to measles and develops a fever with these other symptoms, "Senior Medical Counselor for Communicable Diseases Professor Paul Effler said.
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