TABLE 1.

Demographic, Vaccination, Clinical, and Hospitalization Status for Nine Patients With Laboratory-Confirmed Measles at a Boarding School in Pennsylvania

PatientAgeGradeDormitoryNo. of Measles Vaccination Doses Received*Duration of Rash, d*Highest Fever, °FHad Cough/Coryza/ Conjunctivitis? (Yes/No)Admitted to School Health Center? (Yes/No)Visited Hospital Emergency Department? (Yes/No)Admitted to Hospital? (Yes/No)/Duration, dSchool/Work Missed, d*
11712125103Y/Y/NYYN5
21381011104Y/Y/YYYY/3 d8
3138109104Y/Y/YYYY/3 d8
426Staff118N/N/NNYN7
51611224104.5Y/N/NYYN3
61712327102Y/Y/YNYN7
7181232499.4Y/Y/NYNN2
81811326101.9N/N/NYNN4
91712124101.6Y/N/NYNN5
  • * Patients with 1 or 2 doses of MCV had shorter median duration of rash (5 vs 10 days; P < .05) and fewer days of school or work missed (5 vs 8 days; P < .05); Wilcoxon rank-sum test for 1-sided P value used.

  • The source patient.

  • Record of temperature not available.