Hundreds of students, staff and teachers in two public universities in Los Angeles continue to remain quarantined because they suffer from measles. This measure was triggered by a warning that was reported to have been reported by the officials of the Department of Health of the state in 2000. .
Officials at the University of California at Los Angeles warned their students and staff on April 11 that elmorrhagic explanation had taken place at a campus library. At that time the library was asked to provide vaccine records or ask them to take a test for a health center.
News in the United States exceeded cases of elmorrhagia at the time since the illness was declined since the age of nineteen years. The occurrence is recorded in at least nineteen states. Last year, large elmorrhagic coverage and a new health emergency were in New York, New York and New Jersey, and the majority affected were children and young people.
Regardless of the quarantine, one of the official recommendations on explosion All children in Los Angeles should also receive two doses of elm. The first must be administered between 12 and 15 months and the second between 4 and 6 years. The vaccine can be given to a baby between 6 and 11 months if the exposure to the disease is suspected. All people, children and adults, should place the vaccination certificate, received two doses continuously. The certificate must receive a dosage and the second dose four weeks later.