Inside a follow-on the measles outbreaks reported within the metropolitan areas of Leeds, Liverpool and Birmingham, Public Health England (PHE) reports the outbreaks are linked to go to other parts of Europe and advise the general public to make sure vaccinations are current just before traveling this Christmas season.
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By 29 November 2017, there have been 16 confirmed cases in Leeds, 11 confirmed cases in Liverpool and 9 confirmed cases in Birmingham. All the cases happen to be reported in adults and children who’ve not received 2 doses of the Romania and Italia, where you can find presently large outbreaks of measles, are in particularly high-risk.
Anybody planning to go to Europe within the Christmas period should check NaTHNaC travel health advice.
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