Signs and symptoms:
(WXYZ) – The Oakland County Health Division is warning restaurant patrons of the possible measles exposure in South Lyon.
Recommendations in the Health Division:
“Measles is really a highly contagious respiratory system infection,” stated Leigh-Anne Stafford, health officer for
Oakland County. “If uncovered, roughly 90 % of people that haven’t been vaccinated or
formerly had measles will build up the condition. Like a precaution, we urge unvaccinated visitors to call their physician immediately when they notice any signs and symptoms.”
Based on medical officials, a non-Oakland County resident was contagious, without signs and symptoms, and it was in the restaurant in those days.
- To watch for illness with fever and/or perhaps an inexplicable rash until March. 20 (a 3 week period after potential exposure)
- If signs and symptoms develop, stay home and call your medical provider or Oakland County’s Nurse available at 800-848-5533. Please call ahead towards the doctor you intend to go to to allow them to take proper safeguards to avoid contact with other people.
- To examine vaccination history. Get vaccinated if you haven’t already had measles or more MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella) vaccinations.
To learn more about Measles, visit world wide web.oakgov.com/health or call Nurse available at 800-848-
5533, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Measles is spread by sneezing, coughing or direct contact.
- Fever, feeling ill and appetite loss (2 to 4 days before appearance of rash)
- Small white-colored spots around the inner cheekbones, gums, and roof from the mouth encircled by
- redness (One or two days before the look of rash)
- A rash that’s red, elevated and spotty which often starts evidently then spreads towards the
- trunk, arms, and legs
- Sneezing or runny nose
- Watery or red eyes
- Hard, dry cough
Center under consideration may be the Lucas Coney Island on Pontiac trail. Should you visited or labored in the restaurant on September 29 between 11:00 a.m. and three:30 p.m., you’re advised to a physician if you’re unvaccinated or exhibit any signs or signs and symptoms.