Taipei alerts metro passengers after measles case
Taipei, Dec. 23 (CNA) The health authorities in Taipei City said Sunday that a baby infected with measles traveled on the MRT Wenhu (Brown) Line during the Dec. 13-15 period and encouraged anyone who took the metro during that time to pay close attention to any indication of measles symptoms for up to 18 days.
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