One case was confirmed in a young adult on Friday, and Toi Te Ora put out a notice on Monday.
In the letter, Dahlman wrote there is no treatment for the highly contagious disease, and once your child shows early symptoms it is too late to intervene.
Toi Te Ora Public Health said four cases of the highly infectious viral illness have occurred over the last three weeks.
There are now four cases of measles linked to the Mount Maunganui area.
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One parent tells WXYZ in Detroit he and his family got a second dose of the measles vaccine after hearing about the recent outbreak, just to be on the safe side.
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The vaccine was effective in protecting against measles, and completley free for anyone who needed it, Dr Miller said. By 1990s, doctors determined that a second dose of the vaccine is needed to ensure maximum protection, which nearly made measles a thing of the past.
The vaccine that protects against measles is the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine. The vaccine remains effective for approximately 25 years, after which a test for vaccine renewal is necessary.
People born before 1 January 1969 are likely to be immune because measles used to be quite common and so this older age group does not need measles immunisation.
Symptoms of measles usually begin within a wee to 14 days after exposure, but can remain dormant up to 21 days.
Tiny white spots on the inner cheeks, gums, and roof of the mouth (Koplik Spots) 2-3 days after symptoms begin.
If symptoms develop, residents are urged to call their doctor or emergency room before arriving so they can take precautions to prevent exposure to other individuals.