Measles virus found in Calgary: Real Canadian Superstore customers are being warned


Calgarians are being warned of a possible measles case in the city.

Alberta Health Services says the disease was confirmed in an unimmunized girl who has a history of travel to India. She was potentially exposed to the virus while travelling in India and flew back to Calgary between Jan. 9 and 10.

Customers of a Real Canadian Superstore on Southport Road Southwest and passengers of a British Airways flight are being alerted they may have been exposed to measles.

AHS says the Real Canadian Superstore is the only public place the child and her parents visited while contagious.


– Louise van Dam