Health Department Keeps An Eye On Bronx, Manhattan Measles Outbreak
NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — The city health department is keeping an eye on a measles outbreak in Northern Manhattan and the Bronx.
So far, 16 cases have been identified including 9 children and 7 adults, officials said.
Four people have been hospitalized.
Symptoms of the highly contagious virus include rash, high fever, cough, red eyes, and a runny nose.
The virus can be spread by an infected person four days before symptoms appear.
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