Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Measles affects Utah power plant

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

(SALT LAKE CITY, June 21, UPI)-workers at a Utah power plant, exposed to, provided to measles at home to stay unless they can show proof of vaccination, plant officials said.

Health officials say that the disease seems to have spread Millard County, West Central Utah, cache County to the North, reported the Salt Lake Tribune on Tuesday. The carrier a Millard County's been resident to be Logan, cache county seat married got displayed.

A spokesman for the Intermountain power agency facility in Delta says about 100 of the 500 employees are affected. All were born after 1957.

"From the operational perspective, this inconvenience fits in the category", said John Ward. "People will be to the schedules have a little to shuffle, but we are still running."

Utah Bureau of epidemiology, said that the measles virus may have spread to cache County of Salt Lake City.

Grain, one quickly broadcasting virus disease, was once common in children. The disease is now rare in the United States.

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