More measles cases reported in Ontario following one in Welland last week
Another case of measles has been reported in Ontario.
Toronto public health has confirmed two new cases of measles in adults, and both are travel related.
It also says that members of the public may have been exposed to the measles virus in several locations on May 5th and May 8th, including Terminal 1 at the Pearson International Airport.
For more details on times, and locations click here.
The health agency says there have been three cases of measles in the city so far this year.
It was last week, Niagara Public Health alerted residents of a confirmed case of measles after an adult picked up the infection while traveling outside the country.
Anyone who visited the Welland emergency room on May 3rd may have been exposed.
For more info on the Welland case click here.
That case marks the second confirmed case of measles exposure in Niagara since late February.