HSE issues call to airline passengers after measles case confirmed on flight

The HSE is asking passengers who were on an Etihad Airways flight from Abu Dhabi to Dublin on March 9 to contact them due to a confirmed case of measles on the flight. Pregnant women, immunocompromised individuals, and infants under 12 months old are urged to contact the HSE urgently. Passengers are advised to watch for symptoms of measles until March 30 and seek medical advice if they develop symptoms. Anyone with further travel plans who shows symptoms of measles should not travel and should seek medical advice. The HSE recommends staying home and contacting healthcare providers if symptoms develop.

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