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<p> Even workers with a history of measles vaccination or immunity should wear an N95 or equivalent respiratory protection when examining or caring for patients with suspected or confirmed measles, says <strong>Shruti K. Gohil</strong>, MD, lead author of a recent study on the issue and associate medical director of Epidemiology &amp; Infection Prevention at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine.</p>

Vaccinated HCWs Can Still Acquire Measles, Expose Patients

Use respirators for suspect cases