Explain measles, Biology

Measles

Adults born after 1956 who have not received 2 doses of live measles vaccine (not the killed vaccine that was commonly used in the 1960s) after their first birthday and do not have a physician-documented history of infection or laboratory evidence of immunity should receive a single dose of measles or measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine before traveling. Both are attenuated live-virus vaccines.

 

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