Listen: Measles, Rockland County And Executive discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"A ten minute ride in or out of the city. I'm carried the falcons next report at ten fifty one on ten ten wins. News time ten forty two. A man who did not know. He had the measles traveled to Michigan where he spread the disease to at least thirty eight people officials in Rockland county continued their efforts to deal with an outbreak there three weeks ago today county executive Ed day declared an emergency which was struck down. By a judge today. Day issued a new exclusion order the number of confirmed cases in Rockland county has risen to one hundred and eighty six since the outbreak began and public health officials think there are more unreported cases of measles out their county health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Scharnagl records said they issued a new exposure. Exclusion order the individual who has the measles to remain home until no longer infectious. It also requires those. Exposed to measles to be excluded from indoor and outdoor places of public assembly people who don't comply with face a two thousand dollar fine county executive day despite our best efforts. This outbreak is not going away. Steve Kastenbaum for ten. Ten wins. A service tonight at Fordham for the student who fell to her death from the school's clock"