The highly contagious viral disease, measles, causes fever, general weakness, runny nose and rash. It can also have severe, life-threatening complications. That’s why vaccinations are important to prevent the spread of such infectious diseases.
When a boy was first vaccinated against measles, it was only after the exposure of patients. To prevent further exposure to others, he remained at home during the entire infectious period in accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Health. It is crucial that we follow these guidelines to protect public health.
Vaccination plays a vital role in preventing measles and protecting individuals and communities from its potentially devastating consequences. By staying at home during the contagious period, we can help prevent the spread of this dangerous disease and keep ourselves and those around us safe and healthy.