Brisbane Virgin flight passenger diagnosed with measles, sparking health alert
A passenger on a Brisbane-bound flight from Adelaide has been identified with the “extremely infectious illness” of measles, sparking a warning from Queensland Well being.
Anybody who was aboard Virgin Airways flight VA 1397 and who have been at Brisbane Home Airport between 5pm and 6pm on Friday, June 28 ought to be on excessive alert for potential signs.
Metro South public well being doctor Dr Satyamurthy Anuradha mentioned the affected person lived on Brisbane’s southside and anybody who displayed signs ought to search rapid well being recommendation.
“Measles is unfold by tiny droplets by coughing and sneezing. Early signs embody
fever, runny nostril, tiredness and sore, pink eyes,” she mentioned.