Being unvaccinated and having a contact history increased the risk of measles infection during an outbreak: a finding from measles outbreak investigation in rural district of Ethiopia

BMC Infectious Diseases
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Research article
Being unvaccinated and having a contact history increased the risk of measles infection during an outbreak: a finding from measles outbreak investigation in rural district of Ethiopia
Measles is one of the most contagious diseases caused by an acute viral illness called Morbillivirus that usually occurs as an outbreak in low-income countries. As of May 2016 measles suspected outbreak was re…
Authors: Abadi Girmay and Abel Fekadu Dadi
Citation: BMC Infectious Diseases 2019 19:345
Published on: 25 April 2019