Authorities warned that measles has been identified in southern Alberta.
He has been active in countless public places in Calgary and Cochrane since March 5th.
Health officials have confirmed one infectious measles outbreak in southern Alberta and urge people exposed to immunity.
Alberta Health Services said people infected with rash-induced viruses have been active in many public places in Calgary and Cochrane since 5 March.
Last Tuesday, he visited the Grub Deerfoot City restaurant, Cabela's sporting goods store, and Bella Concert Hall, Mount Royal University.
Public health officials said the people on the day should attend the Brentwood Mall immunization clinic in Calgary on Friday.
People who might have been exposed before say they are no longer eligible for immunizations, but should contact Heath's provider.
People born after 1970 have no measles and are at risk of catching the virus because they are not vaccinated.
In recent weeks there have been at least 17 measles outbreaks in Metro Vancouver due to an outbreak related to the French school.
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