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Measles outbreak in Morecambe and Heysham
Published on Monday 14 January 2013 16:43

Around 40 cases of measles have been confirmed in Morecambe and Heysham.

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) and local NHS services said there is an ongoing outbreak of the disease in the Morecambe Bay area.

The cases are mainly in unvaccinated schoolchildren and parents are being urged to ensure that their children, including teenage children, are protected by two doses of MMR vaccine...
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15 January 2013 Last updated at 06:25 ET
James Cook Hospital measles alert


Health bosses have sent out warning letters after two patients at a Teesside hospital were later found to have suspected measles.

About 200 inpatients at Middlesbrough's James Cook University Hospital have been alerted to look out for symptoms.

The health trust said that as both of those affected were in single rooms, in wards 3 and 15, they would only have posed a very low risk to anyone else...
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ealth bosses issue warning after measles outbreak

3:38pm Tuesday 22nd January 2013 in News Photograph of the Author By Barry Nelson, Health Editor

NORTH-EAST health bosses have issued a measles alert after almost fifty confirmed cases of the illness in recent months.

The Health Protection Agency in the North-East described the outbreak as "very serious" and predicted that we are likely to see "many more cases" before it is over.

Officials urged adults to check whether they and their children are protected - by having two doses of the MMR vaccine.

Forty-six confirmed cases have been reported in the North-East since the beginning of September last year with a further 50 suspected cases. This compares with a total of 18 confirmed cases in 2011...

...Worryingly, a quarter of cases have needed hospital treatment...
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Monday 4 February 2013
Measles numbers are still on the increase
Published on Monday 4 February 2013 15:15

THE latest figures for the on-going measles outbreak in the north east published by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) show there are now over 120 suspected cases.

Since the beginning of September, when the numbers started increasing, 63 confirmed cases and 63 suspected cases of the illness have now been reported.

This is an increase of seven confirmed and 14 suspected cases on the previous week.

The majority of cases continue to be in unvaccinated school children and young adults aged between 10 and 30 years...
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Measles vaccination plea after rise in infections

By Gary Porter
Feb 11 2013

Ten cases of measles have been reported in North Wales so far this year – as latest figures show the number of people struck by the disease is at an 18-year high.

There were 2,016 confirmed cases of measles in England and Wales during 2012 – the largest annual total since 1994, the Health Protection Agency has confirmed.

In Wales 116 people were hit by the highly-infectious disease, which in severe circumstances can be fatal.

Figures published on the HPA website also reveal that ten suspected cases of measles have been reported in the region in the first five weeks of 2013...
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11 February 2013 Last updated at 11:33 ET
Confirmed cases of measles in North East tops 80

The number of confirmed cases of measles across the north east of England is continuing to rise, according to health officials.

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) has already declared the outbreak as one of the worst in recent years.

Since September there have been 73 suspected and 82 confirmed cases, compared to just 18 confirmed in 2011.

A spokesman for the HPA said 46% of the confirmed cases (38) had required hospital treatment.

The agency said most of all the cases were in unvaccinated school children and young adults, with more than 50% aged between 10 and 30...
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Measles cases break through the 100 barrier in the North-East
4:44pm Monday 18th February 2013 in News Photograph of the Author By Barry Nelson, Health Editor

THE number of confirmed measles cases in the North-East has broken through the 100 barrier, with another 93 suspected cases...

...Since the beginning of September 2012, when the numbers started increasing, 104 confirmed cases and 93 suspected cases of the illness have now been reported. This is an increase of 22 confirmed and 20 suspected cases on the previous week...
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HPA Warns Of Measles In Gloucestershire
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After a significant rise in measles cases in Gloucestershire, health professionals are asking parents and adults (specifically those born after 1988, after the introduction of the MMR vaccination, who may have missed out on MMR as a child) to check their Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccination history to ensure they and their children have received the required two doses of MMR.

Anyone who needs advice or is not sure about their vaccination history should contact the practice nurse at their GP practice.

The advice follows a total of 62 confirmed cases in the county between October 2012 and January 2013...
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Measles rate surges 7-fold
20 Feb 2013 18:25

Vaccine scare is blamed for the huge increase to 149 last year, compared to 21 in 2011, as health chiefs say 2013 could be even worse

...The surge is believed to be continuing this year – with 37 more cases already seen in 2013.

The worst affected parts of the region so far this year have been Stockport, Bolton and Wigan. Last year Bolton had 69 cases, compared to just 1 in 2011, and Manchester’s rate went from 1 to 16. Health officials believe the number of cases is rising because parents are not taking their children to have the MMR vaccine – which protects against the potentially fatal disease...
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Jab plea as measles cases keep growing
Published on Wednesday 20 February 2013 19:00

PARENTS in South Tyneside are being urged to help keep South Tyneside free of measles as the number of cases continues to rise across the North East.

South Tyneside is clear of the disease, according to figures from the Health Protection Agency.

So far, there have been 104 confirmed cases of measles and 93 suspected cases in the region. This is an increase of 22 confirmed and 20 suspected incidents on the previous week...
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New and suspected cases of measles are reported across the region

4:28pm Monday 25th February 2013 in News Photograph of the Author By Barry Nelson, Health Editor

THE number of confirmed measles cases in the region has now reached a total of 115, with another 108 suspected cases.

The latest figures for the on-going measles outbreak in the North East have been published by the Health Protection Agency (HPA)...

...There has been an increase of 11 confirmed and 15 suspected cases since last week.

Initially, cases were being reported in the County Durham and Darlington areas but from early January, the majority of cases have been reported on Teesside...
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Sefton residents warned to protect themselves against measles
Feb 26 2013 by Sam Yarwood, Midweek Visiter

RESIDENTS in Sefton are being urged to protect themselves against measles after the number of confirmed cases reached its highest in 18 years.

According to figures released earlier this month by the Health Protection Agency (HPA), the North West accounted for more than 42% of cases in 2012 – most of those being in Liverpool and the Liverpool city region...

...Dr Janet Atherton, Sefton’s director of public health, said: “In 2012, Sefton was one of the worst hit areas for measles and we have already had nearly 20 cases confirmed this year...
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Measles outbreak hits Wigan hard
Published on Thursday 28 February 2013 14:38

WIGAN has been one of the worst areas affected by the measles outbreak.

There were 149 confirmed cases of the illness in the region last year compared to just 21 in 2011, according to statistics from the Health Protection Agency.

The surge is believed to be continuing this year – with 37 more cases already seen in 2013...
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Measles: 189 cases in Swansea, Neath and Port Talbot
28 February 2013 Last updated at 12:34 ET Help

About 8,500 children in Neath-Port Talbot and Swansea could be at risk of measles because they have not had their full vaccines...

...There have been 190 cases over the past four months with 20 in just the past week. There were 116 in the whole of Wales in the whole of 2012...
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1 March 2013 Last updated at 05:01 ET
Measles : Vaccination call after south west Wales outbreak

People who may be at risk of measles are being urged to have the MMR vaccine following an outbreak in south west Wales.

There have been a reported 189 cases of the infection in Swansea and Neath-Port Talbot since November, more than the whole of Wales in the past three years...

...The outbreak so far only affects the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board area, where 32 secondary schools, primary schools and nurseries are affected...
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Twenty more measles cases in Swansea outbreak (Wales)
Last updated Tue 5 Mar 2013

Twenty new cases of measles have been reported as the outbreak in the Swansea area continues...
...The new cases bring the total number of cases to 209. The majority of the latest infections are in the Swansea area...
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Number of measles cases in region continues to rise

11:45am Tuesday 12th March 2013 in News Photograph of the Author By Barry Nelson, Health Editor

THE number of confirmed measles cases in the North-East increased by 12 in the last week, bringing the total since September to 134.

The latest figures published by the Health Protection Agency (HPA) also show that an additional 19 suspected cases were reported last week, bringing the total number of suspected cases since September up to 147...
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Thirty eight hospitalised as measles cases in Swansea outbreak reaches 252
Thursday, March 14, 2013
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HEALTH chiefs in Wales are urging parents to make sure their children receive the MMR vaccination as cases in the Swansea area outbreak reach 252, with 43 new cases reported in the past week alone...
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Warning over continued measles outbreak
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Published on Thursday 14 March 2013 12:44

ST Helens is one of the worst areas to be affected by the measles outbreak, health chiefs say...

...The surge is believed to be continuing this year – with two cases seen already in 2013.

However, St Helens isn’t the worse affected area of Merseyside. Liverpool saw 313 cases last year and has already reported 11 in 2013...
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School hit by suspected outbreak of measles
Saturday, March 16, 2013
By nino williams

ANOTHER Swansea school has been struck by a suspected outbreak of measles.

Around 16 pupils at Morriston Comprehensive School are believed to have caught the infection, as the virus continues to spread across the region...

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Schools in South West Wales perfect breeding grounds for measles
Saturday, March 16, 2013
South Wales Evening Post
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SCHOOLS are a perfect breeding ground for measles, parents have been warned — and it could be a matter of time before the disease kills a child in Swansea.

The stark warning comes after Public Health Wales revealed another 43 cases had been reported in Swansea in the past week, bringing the total number in the area to 252...
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20 March 2013 Last updated at 07:54 ET

...Health officials say 64 new measles cases have been reported in the Swansea area in the last week, taking the outbreak to 316 with 42 hospitalised.

In total, 111 secondary and primary schools and nurseries have now been affected.,,,
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7:15pm, Thu 21 Mar 2013 'Tens of 1000s' at measles risk
Warning over spread of measles, as fresh cases reported
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ITV News Cymru Wales has learned of fresh measles cases in Powys, and in Cardiff after a sports event attended by students from Swansea.

Meanwhile, a public health expert has warned that tens of thousands of children are potentially at risk because of the spread of the outbreak beyond South West Wales, where it has so far been concentrated...
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Health board issues warning after measles outbreak rises by 300 per cent in Llanelli
Friday, March 22, 2013

PARENTS in Llanelli are being urged to make sure their children are fully protected against measles — after cases have soared by 300 per cent over the last year.

There has already been eight cases of the highly contagious virus reported in the town in 2013, compared with only 15 throughout the entire year in 2012.

And across Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion, there has now been 23 cases of the life-threatening disease compared to five during the same point in 2012...
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26 March 2013 Last updated at 08:31 ET
Measles: 'Alarming rate' of south west Wales epidemic

Health officials say a measles epidemic is "spreading at an alarming rate across areas of Wales".

The warning comes as latest figures show the number of cases in the Swansea area have more than doubled in the last three weeks.

Public Health Wales say there are 432 cases in total, of which 116 have been reported in the last week alone and 51 people have been hospitalised.

Parents are being urged to get their children vaccinated with MMR jabs.

Although cases have been reported across Wales, the majority are in Abertawe Bro Morgannwg, Powys and Hywel Dda health board areas.

But the outbreak of the highly infectious and potentially fatal virus shows no signs of fading, PHW says...
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Measles vaccination rate 'would take two years to protect those at risk'

Julia McWatt
Mar 27 2013

The uptake of the MMR vaccine during the measles epidemic in Wales has been so low that it could take two years to vaccinate all those at risk, health officials have warned.

Public Health Wales said that just over 1% of the 3,800 unvaccinated children in the Swansea area had received the MMR jab in the past week, despite warnings that the disease was spreading at an “alarming rate”.

Officials say they have been left “disappointed” by the low uptake...
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Measles outbreak predicted to top 500 cases after Easter weekend

Julia McWatt
Apr 2 2013

The measles outbreak in Wales is predicted to top 500 cases on Wednesday as health officials expect a “significant rise” following the Easter weekend.

Public Health Wales said officials had reported seeing a high number of cases of the disease during the Bank Holiday period and remain disappointed that vaccination rates have not significantly improved in the last week.

The rise in the number of cases, which last week stood at 432, will be confirmed on Wednesday...
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Powys measles cases 'double in a week'
Last updated Tue 2 Apr 2013

The number of cases of measles in Powys have almost doubled in the last week to 41. The Powys Teaching Health Board says the outbreak is concentrated in the north of the county with most cases found in school age children, where the disease can spreadeasily, but people of all ages can be affected...
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Measles outbreak in Swansea reaches 541 cases
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THE measles outbreak in Swansea has now reached 541 cases.

Wales' health chiefs have once again stressed the need for the MMR vaccination.

Public Health Wales said the outbreak of the contagious and potentially fatal virus showed no signs of ending...

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Measles epidemic shows no signs of ending as cases reach 541

Julia McWatt
Apr 3 2013

The measles epidemic in Wales shows no signs of ending, health officials say, as the number of cases in the outbreak reaches 541.

Public Health Wales again emphasised the "critical need" for children to have the MMR vaccination as the number of cases grows...
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Measles outbreak continues to spread

4:31pm Thursday 4th April 2013 in News Photograph of the Author By Barry Nelson, Health Editor

NEW figures show that a measles outbreak in the North-East is continuing to spread.

The latest figures published by Public Health England (PHE) show that since the beginning of September 2012, when the numbers started increasing, 200 confirmed cases and 176 suspected cases of the illness have now been reported.

This is an increase of 19 confirmed and 14 suspected cases on the previous week.

The majority of cases continue to be reported in the Teesside, County Durham and Darlington area...
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Hospital admissions soar as measles outbreak shows no signs of letting up

4:34pm Friday 5th April 2013 in News Photograph of the Author By Barry Nelson, Health Editor

SIXTY-FOUR people in the region have needed hospital treatment for complications from measles during the current outbreak, health experts have revealed.

There are fears that as the outbreak shows no sign of tailing off there could be more serious cases arising from complications.

In one case a patient with measles from the North-East had to be admitted to a specialist heart unit in another part of the UK because they developed a rare complication which resulted in inflammation of the heart...
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