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Infectious Disease Hours8:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon - Fri
ContactWeekdays (614) 645-1474
Emergency on-call (614) 645-7417
Foodborne Illness Reporting (614) 645-1791
As of February 23, 2023, We have surpassed 42 days, or two incubation periods, since the last rash onset, which fits the CDC’s definition of the end of an outbreak. While we are grateful this measles outbreak is behind us, we know we are just one missed vaccine away from the next one. We urge parents to ensure timely vaccination with the MMR vaccine – and all childhood vaccines – which are safe and effective at protecting children and our community from preventable diseases
Macluumaadka Jadeecada - Somali.
Sarampión - Spanish.
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.
See our report on local measles cases. (Best viewed on a
laptop or desktop.)
Click here to see our report.