Travelers to China, Southeast Asia warned of measles
Taipei, July 17 (CNA) People planning to travel to China or Southeast Asia should take precautions against measles amid a surging number of cases of the viral infection being reported in those regions, Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said Thursday.
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