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ADPH: CDC measles test results negative for Pell City baby – WVTM13

ADPH: CDC measles test results negative for Pell City baby – WVTM13

ADPH: CDC measles test results negative for Pell City baby Hide Transcript Show Transcript THE MOTHER OF THE CHILD, WHO TELLS US HOW SHE BELIEVES HER BABY GOT INFECTED. >> JUST THIS MORNING WE WERE NOTIFIED OF A SINGLE CASE OF MEASLES IN AN INFANT UNDER ONE YEARS OF AGE. REPORTER: PELL CITY MOM AUDREY…

ADPH: CDC measles test results detrimental for Pell City toddler


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THE MOTHER OF THE CHILD, WHO TELLS US HOW SHE BELIEVES HER BABY GOT INFECTED. >> JUST THIS MORNING WE WERE NOTIFIED OF A SINGLE CASE OF MEASLES IN AN INFANT UNDER ONE YEARS OF AGE. REPORTER: PELL CITY MOM AUDREY PEINE SAYS IT’S HER FIVE-MONTH-OLD DAUGHTER EMMA. >> WE WENT TO THE DOCTOR ON MONDAY AND THEY SAID THAT HER RASH WAS VERY SUSPICIOUS. >> WE DO KNOW THAT THIS INFANT WAS CARED FOR BY A MEDICAL PRACTITIONER AND OUR KNOWLEDGE SO FAR INDICATES THAT THAT PRACTITIONER CONSIDERED THIS DIAGNOSIS AND TOOK ALL THE APPROPRIATE STEPS TO PROTECT OTHER PATIENTS. >> THEY HAD US TO GO COME IN THE SIDE DOOR, NOT TO GO TO THE WAITING ROOM. THEY HAD US IN A TRAUMA ROOM TO- WAIT FOR THE PEDIATRICIAN TO TO- COME IN BECAUSE THEY WERE SO WORRIED SHE COULD PASS IT ALONG TO ANOTHER CHILD IN THE WAITING ROOM. REPORTER: THE STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT SAYS THE BABY WAS CONTAGIOUS FROM APRIL 23 UNTIL MAY 1. >> SHE HAS HAD A RUNNY NOSE, A FEVER OF 104, THEN SHE STARTED BREAKING OUT. THOSE ARE THE ONLY SYMPTOMS THAT WE NOTICED. SHE’S GOT THE RASH INSIDE OF HER MOUTH TOO. REPORTER: PEINE SAYS HER DAUGHTER COULD’VE ONLY CONTRACTED THE VIRUS FROM THE DOCTOR’S OFFICE OR WHEN SHE TOOK HER TO WALMART LAST FRIDAY. >> SHE HASN’T BEEN ABLE TO GET VACCINATED YET SO IT’S REALLY SCARY HAVING A SMALL BABY WHO YOU KNOW CAN’T HAVE THE VACCINE YET AND ALL THE THINGS THE MEASLES BRINGS IS REALLY SCARY WHEN YOU KNOW YOUR BABY IS SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANYTHING. — TWO GETTING IT. REPORTER: SINCE IT’S A LIVE VACCINE, IT ISN’T RECOMMENDED FOR KIDS UNDER THE AGE OF ONE. THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT SAYS THIS IS NOT AN OUTBREAK, BUT IS URGING EVERYONE WHO’S ELIGIBLE TO GET VACCINATED. >> PEINE TELLS ME DOCTORS COLLECTED MORE SAMPLES FROM HER DAUGHTER TODAY. THE BABY IS FEELING BETTER, WITH NO FEVER CURRENTLY AND HER RASH IS STARTING TO FADE. IAN: WE WANT TO UPDATE YOU TONIGHT ON THE ALABAMA ABORTION BILL THAT’S GETTING ATTENTION ACROSS THE COUNTRY. THIS WEEK, THE ALABAMA HOUSE VOTED FOR THE BILL THAT WOULD BAN NEARLY ALL ABORTIONS. BRITTANY: JEFFERSON COUNTY DEMOCRAT REPRESENTATIVE JOHN ROGERS SPOKE OUT TWICE AGAINST THE BILL, GETTING THE ATTENTION PRESIDENT TRUMP’S SON. HE TWEETED IN PART, THE EXTREME TURN WE’VE SEEN FROM DEMS ON ABORTION RECENTLY IS SICKENING. REPRESENTATIVE ROGERS RESPONDED TODAY. >> DONALD TRUMP’S SON, I KNOW THERE’S SOMETHING WRONG WITH THAT BOY. I LOOK AT HIM AND CAN TELL SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH HIM. THAT’S THE BEST DEFENSE I HAVE FOR AN ABORTION LOOKING AT HIM. HE’S EVIDENTLY RETARDED OR CRAZY. IAN: NOW, GOVERNOR KAY IVEY IS WEIGHING IN ON THE ABORTION BATTLE IN MONTGOMERY. BRITTANY: WVTM 13’S CHIP SCARBOROUGH CAUGHT UP WITH THE GOVERNOR TODAY TO GET HER TAKE ON THE MATTER. >> EVERY LIFE IS A BLESSING. REPORTER: GOVERNOR KAY IVEY IS FIRM WHEN IT COMES TO HER VIEWS ON ABORTION. SHE IS PRO-LIFE. >> IT IS A GIFT FROM GOD. THE BILL IS STILL MOVING. REPORTER: SHE’S TALKING ABOUT A BILL IN THE STATE LEGISLATURE THAT WOULD ESSENTIALLY BAN ABORTIONS IN THE STATE OF ALABAMA. THE STATE HOUSE VOTED OVERWHELMINGLY IN FAVOR OF THE BILL THAT WOULD MAKE IT A FELONY FOR DOCTORS TO PERFORM ABORTIONS. ONE EXCEPTION WOULD BE A MOTHER’S HEALTH. NOT INCLUDED ARE RAPE AND INCEST. IVEY IS AWARE OF STRONG OPPOSITION FROM LAWMAKERS LIKE REPRESENTATIVE JOHN ROGERS. >> EVERY LIFE IS A BLESSING AND A GIFT FROM GOD. JOHN KNOWS THAT. REPORTER: THE BILL MOVES ON TO THE SENATE NOW. I ASKED GOVERNOR IVEY IF SHE THINKS THERE WILL BE ENOUGH SUPPORT FOR IT TO PASS. >> THE LEGISLATURE WILL PAY ATTENTION AND THEY’LL ADDRESS THE ISSUE. REPORTER: OPPONENTS CALL THE ABORTION BAN UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND SAY IT WILL COST THE STATE A LOT OF MONEY IT CAN SPEND ON OTHER THINGS. IN BIRMINGHAM, CHIP SCARBOROUGH, WVTM 13. IAN: SENATOR DOUG JONES IS NOT HAPPY THAT CONGRESS HASN’T PASSED A DISASTER AID PACKAGE, WHICH MEANS RESIDENT IN LEE COUNTY STILL DON’T HAVE FEDERAL HELP. SENATOR JONES TELLS US THERE’S A PARTISAN DISPUTE IN WASHINGTON OVER MOLNEY FOR PUERTO RICO, AND THAT’S HOLDING UP DISASTER AID FOR THE REST OF THE COUNTRY. >> THIS REALLY OUGHT TO BE A BIPARTISAN ISSUE. AND I JUST CAN’T BELIEVE THAT FOLKS ON BOTH SIDES OF THE AISLE ARE STILL PLAYING POLITICS WITH FUNDING WHILE PEOPLE OF AMERICA SUFFER. IAN: JUST THIS WEEK, THE WHITE HOUSE IS SHOWING FLEXIBILITY WITH AID FOR PUERTO RICO. A NEW SENATE GOP OFFER WOULD BREAK UP THE LOGJAM OF AID THAT’S SET ASIDE TO GO THE HURRICANE RAVAGED ISLAND. BRITTANY: A VIOLENT WEEK IN BIRMINGHAM ISN’T SHOWING SIGNS OF SLOWING DOWN. OVER THE WEEKEND AND INTO MONDAY, THERE WERE SEVEN SHOOTINGS ACROSS JEFFERSON COUNTY. LAST NIGHT, BIRMINGHAM POLICE SAY TERRY BONNER JUNIOR WAS FOUND SHOT IN A GRASSY AREA ALONG 52ND STREET IN ENSLEY. HE WAS TAKEN TO A HOSPITAL AND LATER DIED. TWO PEOPLE WERE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY IN CONNECTION TO THE SHOOTING. ALSO LAST NIGHT, AT LEAST THREE OTHER INCIDENTS. TWO PEOPLE WERE SHOT ON 35TH STREET, ENSLEY, ANOTHER PERSON WHO WAS SHOT AND ON THE WAY TO THE HOSPITAL WAS INVOLVED IN A CRASH DOWNTOWN, AND A FOURTH PERSON WAS HIT BY A CAR IN FRONT OF A HOUSE IN SOUTHWEST BIRMINGHAM. IAN: THIS WEEKEND, MANY WILL COME TOGETHER TO SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR SERGEANT WYTASHA CARTER. HE’S THE BIRMINGHAM POLICE OFFICER WHO WAS SHOT AND KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY EARLIER THIS YEAR. HIS FAMILY HAS TIES TO THE LEE BRANCH COMMUNITY OF SHELBY COUNTY. THE COMMUNITY WILL HOST A FUNDRAISER SATURDAY IN THE PARKING LOT NEAR THE SHOPS ON HIGHWAY 280. THE PROCEEDS WILL GO TO HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN. >> I CAN’T IMAGINE WHAT IT’S LIKE TO LOSE YOUR FATHER AT THE AGE OF 14. SO IT REALLY TOUCHED MY HEART. IAN: THERE’S ALSO AN ACCOUNT SET UP AT THE BANK CORP SOUTH FOR DONATIONS. SEVERAL BUSINESSES NEAR THE SHOPPING CENTER ARE ALSO HELPING TO RAISE MONEY. BRITTANY: A SCHOOL BUS PILOT PROGRAM IN SHELBY COUNTY UNCOVERED AN ALARMING TREND. THE DISTRICT PUT CAMERAS ON THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE OF TWO BUSES FOR 90 DAYS. THEY CAUGHT AN AVERAGE OF SEVEN DRIVERS PER DAY, GOING AROUND THE STOP ARM. BECAUSE OF THE RESULTS, THE SHELBY COUNTY SCHOOLS TRANSPORTATION COORDINATOR WANTS TO INSTALL MORE CAMERAS ON MORE BUSES BY NEXT SCHOOL YEAR. >> I’M HOPING THAT IT WILL RESULT IN BEING ABLE TO ACTUALLY HAVE THESE CAMERAS ON OUR BUSES SO IT INCREASES THE SAFETY FOR OUR SCHOOL CHILDREN. BRITTANY: IF THE SCHOOL BOARD MOVES FORWARD WITH THIS PROGRAM, THE THIRD PARTY COMPANY THAT OWNS THE CAMERAS WOULD BE ABLE TO SEND THE FOOTAGE OF DRIVERS GOING AROUND THE STOP ARM TO THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY, WHO COULD THEN PROSECUTE THE DRIVERS. BRITTANY: THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY IS GIVING $600,000 TO KEEP STUDENTS HEALTHY IN ALABAMA. FIVE SCHOOL DISTRICTS WILL RECEIVE REBATES TO REPLACE OLD BUSES WITH NEW ONES. THAT INCLUDES ST. CLAIR COUNTY SCHOOLS, WHICH WILL RECEIVE UP TO $200,000 FOR TEN NEW BUSES. THE EPA RECENTLY CHANGED ITS STANDARDS, MEANING EMISSIONS FROM NEW BUSSES ARE 90% CLEANER THAN OLD ONES. THE AGENCY SAYS THIS CUTS DOWN ON AGGRAVATED ASTHMA, LUNG DAMAGE, AND OTHER HEALTH PROBLEMS. IAN: WATER TESTS COULD HELP YOU DECIDE WHETHER YOU WANT TO VISIT THE CAHABA RIVER TO SWIM THIS SUMMER. THE CAHABA RIVERKEEPER SAYS IT COLLECTS INFORMATION ABOUT WHAT BACTERIA IS PRESENT. IF IT’S BAD BACTERIA, IT COULD LEAD TO THINGS LIKE E COLI. THE SWIM GUIDE COMES OUT EVERY FRIDAY BETWEEN TOMORROW AND SEPTEMBER. >> WE WANT PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND HOW THE RIVER WORKS, MAKE INFORMED CHOICES, AND PREVENT ILLNESSES WHEN WE CAN. IAN: GOOD INFORMATION THERE. WE’LL POST THE FIRST RIVER RESULTS OF THE YEAR TOMORROW ON THE WVTM 13 APP. A POTENTIAL MULTI MILLION DOLLAR DEVELOPMENT MAY BE HEADED TO BESSEMER. A DEVELOPER IS LOOKING AT THE OLD BESSEM

ADPH: CDC measles test results detrimental for Pell City toddler

The Alabama Division of Public Smartly being on the present time acknowledged CDC checking out on the principle presumptive measles case within the jabber came relieve detrimental.”The outcomes had been for an little one residing in St. Clair County at the beginning reported to the ADPH on May perchance possibly possibly neutral 2, 2019,” jabber health officers acknowledged in a liberate. “The outcomes obtained on May perchance possibly possibly neutral 2 from a industrial laboratory had been obvious; alternatively, the outcomes got from the CDC on the present time had been detrimental. ADPH will continue to examine all experiences got during the formal course of for notifiable disease.”The ADPH acknowledged it has investigated 252 experiences of measles in 2019. The health division acknowledged it is silent investigating 82 experiences after closing 170.”CDC and ADPH strongly support all residents to make certain they are up to this level on all vaccines, especially measles vaccine, on tale of measles is circulating in 23 states,” officers acknowledged.The health division continues to recommend vaccination for infants and children at ages 1 and 4.Adult vaccine solutions: One dose of MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) for those born after 1957. Sure adults are idea to be at excessive danger and need two doses of MMR, every dose separated by no longer no longer up to twenty-eight days, unless they’ve assorted presumptive evidence of measles immunity, as listed above. College students at post-excessive college academic institutionsHealthcare personnelInternational vacationers—MEASLES NEWS:St. Clair County toddler presumed to like measlesADPH investigating experiences of in all probability measlesMeasles Q&APossible exposures in AlabamaAlabama doctors getting ready for in all probability measles casesHere’s why folks born sooner than 1989 would possibly like any other dose of the measles vaccineHow to discover out must you are proof in opposition to measles

MONTGOMERY, Ala. —

The Alabama Division of Public Smartly being on the present time acknowledged CDC checking out on the first presumptive measles case within the jabber came relieve detrimental.

“The outcomes had been for an little one residing in St. Clair County at the beginning reported to the ADPH on May perchance possibly possibly neutral 2, 2019,” jabber health officers acknowledged in a liberate. “The outcomes obtained on May perchance possibly possibly neutral 2 from a industrial laboratory had been obvious; alternatively, the outcomes got from the CDC on the present time had been detrimental. ADPH will continue to examine all experiences got during the formal course of for notifiable disease.”

The ADPH acknowledged it has investigated 252 experiences of measles in 2019. The health division acknowledged it is silent investigating 82 experiences after closing 170.

“CDC and ADPH strongly support all residents to make certain they are up to this level on all vaccines, especially measles vaccine, on tale of measles is circulating in 23 states,” officers acknowledged.

The health division continues to recommend vaccination for infants and children at ages 1 and 4.

Adult vaccine solutions:

  • One dose of MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) for those born after 1957.
  • Sure adults are idea to be at excessive danger and need two doses of MMR, every dose separated by no longer no longer up to twenty-eight days, unless they’ve assorted presumptive evidence of measles immunity, as listed above.
  • College students at post-excessive college academic establishments
  • Healthcare personnel
  • Worldwide vacationers

MEASLES NEWS:

St. Clair County toddler presumed to like measles

ADPH investigating experiences of in all probability measles

Measles Q&A

Imaginable exposures in Alabama

Alabama doctors getting ready for in all probability measles circumstances

Right here is why folks born sooner than 1989 would possibly like any other dose of the measles vaccine

discover out must you are proof in opposition to measles

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