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Are you immunized?

Approximately 100 cases of measles have been reported in a recent outbreak of the disease in Chilliwack and Agassiz. It was confirmed last week that a BCIT student, who was infected, attended classes at the Burnaby campus earlier this month. Representatives from BCIT have asked students who haven't been immunized to stay away from campus until the end of the month. But what if you're an adult who doesn't know their immunization history, what are you supposed to do? For those answers we spoke with Dr. Meena Dawar, who is with Vancouver Coastal Health.
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