Measles is a highly contagious viral disease that can be life-threatening, manifesting itself in fever, general malaise, runny nose and rash. The Ministry of Health recommends staying home during the infectious period to prevent the spread of the disease to others.
The boy who contracted measles was vaccinated for the first time only after exposure to patients. He stayed at home throughout the infectious period in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the Ministry of Health. This precautionary measure helped prevent further spread of the disease and ensured the safety of those around him.
Getting vaccinated is crucial in preventing contagious diseases like measles from spreading widely. It’s important to follow these guidelines to protect public health and ensure that individuals are protected from severe and life-threatening complications associated with this disease.