Measles advice sent to USC students and staff

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Measles advice sent to USC students and staff


24 March 2014

The University of the Sunshine Coast has advised its students and staff that a USC Dietetics student was recently diagnosed with measles.

It has been confirmed that the student was infective while on campus on 17, 19 and 20 March.

As measles is a highly infectious illness with the potential to cause serious complications, people experiencing any symptoms of the disease are urged to consult a doctor as soon as possible.

For the benefit of the health of the USC community, they are also advised not to attend university.

For more information, see Queensland Health's fact sheet about measles.


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