Authorities in two Pacific states in the Pacific Northwest have confirmed two different cases of acne and have warned people on Friday on public probability.
The Clark County Public Health Department in Washington said in a news release that squirrel was confirmed in a child traveling from outside the country in the county in late December.
The child, whose immune system is unreliable, visited the immediate care clinic in Vancouver, Wash, at 5:30 pm. Dec 31st Dec
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"Clark County Public Health is advising anyone who has been exposed and believes that they have symptoms of patients calling their health care provider before visiting a medical office, which makes plans to be announced to others in the waiting room . "
The case of acne in Washington is believed to be separate from other cases in Oregon, which was confirmed on Friday.
The Oregon Health Authority said that between December 26 and 31, a person with acne spent the time in The Dells and Hood.
People in Dallas may have been exposed to Discovery Center or Dec 31, 31, on Fred Mayer.
The people of the Hood can be exposed on December 30 if they were in Duppie Cafe, Goodwill or the entire Sail Brewery early in the afternoon. Those who were at Oregon Health and Science University Emergency Department at 2 am in the morning, they could be exposed.
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Health Officer of North Central Public Health District Miriam McDonell stated in a statement that "malales are a serious infectious disease that creates significant health complications." "Fortunately, due to the high vaccination rate in Oregon, acne cases are very rare."
Officials advise that there are symptoms of acne before visiting the medical office.
Maya symptoms start with fever, cough, flowing nose and red eyes, followed by spots.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.