Measles cases reported on 3 buses in Ashdod

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March 3, 2019 17:09
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The Health Ministry reported today on a case of measles on a bus from the Afikim company in Ashdod.

The following buses are included in Ministry's report:

  • The 14 bus line which departed at 1:40 p.m. from the Rashbi station towards Rova 8, on February 25.
  • The 85 bus line which departed at 8:45 a.m. from Rova 8, HaTsiv'oni St, towards Macabi Health Offices on Rashbi St, on February 27.
  • The 85 bus line which departed at 9:40 am from the Rabbi Tarfon station towards Rova 8 in Ashdod, on February 27.
Commuters on these buses who were born after 1956 and haven't been vaccinated with two doses of the measles vaccine, are requested to contact the nearest health office as soon as possible to determine whether they need to be vaccinated.

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