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A person infected with measles has sparked a local warning after taking a trip to a shopping centre, eating at two restaurants and travelling on two trains .
South Eastern Sydney Local Health District is warning people about measles after the infected person visited a number of public areas between September 5 to 11.
The infected person visited:
Measles symptoms include fever, sore eyes and a cough followed a few days later by a non-itchy rash, when the fever is still present.
South Eastern Sydney Local Health District Public Health Director, Professor Mark Ferson, said measles is highly infectious.
He said anyone over 12 months of age who has not received one dose of MMR and anyone over 18 months who has not received two doses of measles containing vaccine and may have been in the above areas on those days should visit their doctor immediately.
"The measles virus is highly contagious and is spread through the air by someone who is unwell with the disease," he said.
This article first appeared on www.smh.com.au
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