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CDC monitoring measles outbreak in 21 states, including Michigan

CDC monitoring measles outbreak in 21 states, including Michigan

Both Missouri and IL are among the 21 states that the CDC is monitoring for a measles outbreak.

Some 107 people in The U.S. have contracted the measles thus far in 2018, according to the CDC.

Professionals say more people are visiting the US from places where there are not requirements to be vaccinated against measles, posing a serious threat to individuals who are not vaccinated or live with a compromised immune system.

The total number of cases per year in the United States usually hovers around 100, aside from 2014 when an outbreak led to 667 cases.

"Missouri is one of the states where there have been cases of measles".

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But that is no longer the case, which is why the state is urging people to stay up-to-date on the recommended vaccines. Symptoms show up in 10 to 14 days after exposure.

Measles typically begins with a high fever, cough, runny nose and red, watery eyes. This year's number is likely to outpace both these figures, officials said. Within about 5 days, it fades in the order it appeared.

The incidences of measles has dropped dramatically since the introduction of a live vaccine in 1963, the CDC said. She said several studies have debunked any connection between the measles vaccination and autism.

If you think your child has the measles, keep them home from school and contact your doctor immediately.

However, children who are under a year old, those with weakened immune systems, and those who never received the vaccine are still at risk for developing measles. Two doses are about 97% effective.