Thursday, Dec. 27, 2018|3:34 p.m.
Clark County has actually reported its first measles case given that 2015.
The Southern Nevada Health District stated Thursday that tests confirmed measles in a grownup who had traveled worldwide and who had actually been vaccinated.
The district is notifying people who might have entered contact with the client between Dec. 10 and Dec. 18. A list of the client’s whereabouts and immunization clinics are on the district’s site.
Health authorities say the threat of getting measles is low for anybody who has been vaccinated or who has had the disease.
Symptoms can begin up to 21 days after exposure, consisting of the telltale rash of measles.
The respiratory infection can lead to severe infections and death.