LA PORTE, Texas (KTRK) –
Suspected in the case of measles, an investigation is being carried out at the La Porte Primary School, according to a letter sent to parents Tuesday.
According to the school, she works with Harris County Public Health to "take all necessary steps to ensure the well-being of our students."
Earlier this month, Harris, Montgomery, and Galveston health officials reported at least one confirmed case of the disease.
According to Montgomery County officials, a 2-year-old girl recovers from the disease. They also claim that this case is related to one of Harris County's affairs, but details of the relationship were not immediately revealed.
The Galveston County Health District also confirmed a case involving a boy whose age ranges from 12 to 24 months. The child was tested on January 28 and officials said the case was part of a cluster in the region.
Earlier on Monday, Harris County Public Health announced that two boys aged between two and 25 to 35 years were diagnosed with measles. All three patients live in Northwest Harris County.
Measles is a highly contagious virus spread by direct contact or by air.
Symptoms include fever, cough, runny nose and watery eyes, red eyes between seven and 14 days after infection, say the National Medical Library of the United States.
However, measles can be prevented.
Health authorities encourage everyone to protect themselves from the virus by vaccinating.
See also: What is measles? What to know about the symptoms of measles, vaccine and treatment
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