Measles

Get The Fact About Measles

What You Should Know About Measles

Frequently Asked Questions

Travel and Measles

Measles Video

Back to School Immunizations

Vaccination Requirements Applicable to all Students

Frequently Asked Questions About Legislation Removing Non-Medical
Exemptions from School Vaccination Requirements

 

For Providers

Measles Outbreak Toolkit

Measles Outbreak Guidelines

Measles Testing Decision Tree

Measles Outbreak Control Decision Tree from NYSDOH

Physician Letter

Presumptive Immunity Criteria for Measles

• Two doses of measles-containing vaccine for:

– A school-aged child (grades K-12)
– An adult who will be in a setting that poses a high risk for measles transmission, including students at post-high school education institutions, people working in healthcare, and international travelers.

• OR one dose of measles-containing vaccine for:

– A preschool-aged child
– An adult who will not be in a high-risk setting for measles transmission.

• OR a laboratory confirmed that a person had measles at some point in his/her life.
• OR a laboratory confirmed that a person is immune to measles.
• OR born before 1957.