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Canada warns vs measles in PHL in updated travel report

Canada this week warned its nationals to take precautions against measles when traveling to four countries including the Philippines, where it said measles is "endemic" and where "periodic large outbreaks occur."

In its travel report on the Philippines updated April 17, the Canadian government cited a new Public Health Agency of Canada advisory reminding travelers to make sure their measles vaccination is up-to-date.

"The Department of Health of the Republic of the Philippines has reported an increase in measles cases. There have been reported cases of measles in unimmunized Canadian travellers returning from the Philippines," the advisory said.

"The Public Health Agency of Canada reminds travellers to make sure their measles vaccination is up-to-date. Measles is a highly contagious viral disease. It is one of the leading causes of death in children worldwide," it added.

Other countries where the Canadian government said measles is endemic and where periodic large outbreaks occur include Japan, Australia and the United Kingdom.

It also cited a significant increase in the number of cases in Brazil compared to 2013, as well as outbreaks due to imported cases in the United States.

Also, the Canadian travel health notice pointed out measles cases occur worldwide.

While the number of measles cases reported globally has decreased significantly in the last 10 years, there have been large outbreaks, mostly in Africa and Europe.

"The Americas, including Canada, have experienced outbreaks of measles, when the virus has been imported from other regions," it said.

"Travellers who are not immune to measles (those who have not been vaccinated or have not been infected with the disease) have an increased risk of infection. For example, travel through international airports, including those in Canada, may increase your chance of exposure to the disease," it added.


The Canadian government recommended that travelers consult a health care provider or visit a travel health clinic "preferably six weeks before" travel, and to get vaccinated.

For infants and children, it recommended two doses of a measles-containing vaccine, the first at 12 to 15 months of age and the second at 18 months of age, typically before school entry.

"During outbreaks or for travel to regions where measles is a concern, the vaccine may be given as early as six months of age. Under these circumstances, the routine two dose series must be then restarted on or after the first birthday, for a total of three doses," it said.

For adults born in or after 1970, they should make sure that they have received two doses of measles-containing vaccine.

Other recommendations include:

- Wash your hands frequently
- Wash your hands with soap under warm running water for at least 20 seconds, as often as possible.
- Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
- Practice proper cough and sneeze etiquette. Cover your mouth and nose with your arm to reduce the spread of germs.
- If you use a tissue, dispose of it as soon as possible and wash your hands afterwards.

- Joel Locsin/ ELR, GMA News

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