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Measles warning for Western Sydney warned to stay alert for measles symptoms after baby contracts infection

Western Sydney residents are being urged to look out for symptoms of measles after a baby returning from overseas contracted the infectious disease and visited a local grocer.

The nine-month-old infant recently returned from Asia, according to NSW Health, where there has been an outbreak of measles in countries such as Pakistan and India.

The department has notified any close contacts of the baby, however, has also released an alert for a retail store in Lakemba where the baby visited.

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Those who visited Five Star Coffee and Nuts on Yerrick Rd on Friday, January 12 between 3pm and 5pm have been urged to look-out for signs and symptoms of measles.

Measles is highly contagious and is spread through the air when someone who is infectious coughs or sneezes.

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Sydney Local Health District’s clinical director Dr Leena Gupta said symptoms of the infection include a fever, sore eyes and a cough.

“(This is) usually followed three or four days later by a red, blotchy rash that spreads from the head to the rest of the body,” she said.

“It can take up to 18 days for symptoms to appear after an exposure, so it’s important for people to stay vigilant if they’ve been exposed, and if they develop symptoms, to please call ahead to your GP or emergency department to ensure you do not spend time in the waiting room with other patients.”

The local grocery store poses no ongoing health risks.

Measles vaccines are available and included on the National Immunisation Program which means they are free for children at 12 and 18 months old.

Gupta said anyone born during or after 1966 should ensure they have received two doses of the vaccine.

“This is particularly important prior to overseas travel, as measles outbreaks are occurring in several regions of the world at the moment,” she said.

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