Measles Case Summary

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In 2014, the US experienced the highest number of measles cases reported since its elimination in 2000. According to the CDC 's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, there were 668 reported cases of measles in the US in 27 states at the end of 2014, and 178 reported cases by June 26, 2015. A spread map showed that most of the cases reported are located in California due to the high number of anti-vaccine parents located there. Google has its headquarters located in California and hired some anti-vaxxers, people known as they are against vaccines. As many companies which cares and can afford the comfort of their employees, Google offer day care centers services to all their employees with children, including anti-vaxxers parents with unvaccinated children. The objective of this memo is to present an analysis of the risks and potential liability of Google that might arise from its day care centers for employees ' children due to their being unvaccinated children in the
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The virus can live for up to two hours in an airspace where the infected person coughed or sneezed. A person can be infected if he/she has breathed and/or touched an infected area and then touched his/her mouth, eyes or nose. 90% of the close non-immune entourage of an infected person can be infected. The disease begins with a fever that lasts for a couple of days, followed by a cough, runny nose, and conjunctivitis (pink eye). A rash starts on the face and upper neck, spreads down the back and trunk, then extends to the arms and hands, as well as the legs and feet. After about 5 days, the rash fades in the same order in which it appeared. The virus can be spread from four days before through four days after the rash
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