2 cases of measles confirmed in N.S.
Public health officials in Nova Scotia have confirmed two cases of measles that are believed to be related.
The Nova Scotia Health Authority says more cases of measles could crop up, but they are working to contain the spread of the virus.
Officials say the risk to the public is low because most people have been vaccinated.
They say people at certain locations in the Digby area on March 17 or 18 may have been exposed.