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Infectious Disease Hours8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon - Fri
ContactWeekdays (614) 645-1474
Emergency on-call (614) 645-7417
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is very contagious and can make children so sick they have to go to a hospital
or even die. The
Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine can prevent the disease and protect
your family. Learn more below.
Macluumaadka Jadeecada Somali.
symptoms of measles include a fever, runny nose, cough, rash and red eyes. If
you have these symptoms, call your doctor or Columbus Public Health – and stay
home and avoid having visitors until you see a doctor.
The MMR vaccine is available from your family doctor, Columbus Public Health and many local clinics and health centers. A full list of providers is available here in addition to vaccine safety information.
Download educational cards and flyers in English, Somali and Spanish, watch educational videos and view presentations.