Source: The Australian (Australia)
Health officials in Queensland, Australia, have issued a measles warning after confirming a second case of the disease. The infected person had been to a shopping center and a cafe in Jindalee and also took the train on the Beenleigh-Ferny Grove line in early June. The person contracted the disease in Brisbane. Last month, another person contracted measles in southeast Asia and later visited popular shopping areas in southern Brisbane. People who notice symptoms of the disease—such as fever, lethargy, runny nose, moist coughing and sore and red eyes—followed by a blotchy red rash, should seek medical help, according to Queensland’s public health medical officer, Dr. Brad McCall.