As the nationwide epidemic continues to spread, Long Beach has warned individuals of location of possible contamination.
The university advises all students, staff and faculty to check up on their vaccinations after UCLA and CSULA experience measles outbreak.
Despite a spike in anti-vaccine propaganda, there is still time to control the once dormant measles virus.
The spread of measles that has been hanging over California’s shoulder for the past five months came to a close last week. Dr. Michael Carbuto, the head physician at Student Health Services in California State University, Long Beach, said that he expects that the university will be more stringent with[Read More…]
Over 100 international students received vaccines and other services from Student Health Services in California State University, Long Beach’s University Student Union ballrooms on Tuesday. The American Language Institution, a department that offers English Language programs on campus, organized an immunization clinic for international students. Sean Cochren, Associate Director for[Read More…]
A growing movement of misinformed parents who refuse to vaccinate their children has caused the recent outbreak of Measles, a virus which was once considered eliminated in the United States. It started in mid-December when an outbreak occurred at Disneyland in Anaheim, California. Since the theme park attracts guests from[Read More…]
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Amid the recent, statewide measles outbreak, a California State University, Long Beach student is one of two confirmed cases in the city, and both patients are in recovery. Campus officials announced the confirmation of the student’s measles on Wednesday morning in an email that was sent to students and faculty.[Read More…]