The government of Quebec is warning that a new case of measles was reported in Laval. So far, 82 cases of measles and no cases of rubella have been reported in Canada in 2019, according to Health Canada.\nThe person who has contracted measles visited several locations in Laval and Rosemère on August 2. The locations mentioned by the Ministry of Health and Social Services include the following:\nCIBC, 299 boulevard Labelle, Rosemère,\n\n\nRBC, 70 boulevard Labelle, Rosemère, and\n\n\nAvril Supermarché Santé, boulevard Le Corbusier, Laval.\nPeople who are at risk of complications from measles have until tomorrow, August 9, to get preventative treatment for the disease.\nPeople most at risk include babies under one year old, people with a weakened immune system and pregnant women who are not adequately vaccinated against measles.\nThose who are not considered at risk of complications but may still have been exposed to the virus are asked to monitor for measles symptoms.\n#Measles is highly contagious, and there are outbreaks occurring in every region globally. More than 300 children die every day from it. Increasing coverage of routine #immunization is critical to protect everyone, everywhere. https://t.co/6AoCJoK5VF#vaccineswork pic.twitter.com/aysOK2RDAh— CDC Global Health (@CDCGlobal) July 30, 2019\nAccording to the Ministry of Health and Social Services, measles symptoms include "a high fever, cough, runny nose, red eyes and general discomfort, followed by a rash on the face and then on the body."\nREAD ALSO: If You Sweat Too Much, You Could Win A $1,300 Scholarship From A Montreal-Based Company\nThese symptoms may appear up until August 20. If you do present symptoms, call Info-Santé at 8-1-1.\nMeasles can cause serious harm to young adults who haven't had the MMR vaccine. Speak to your GP to ensure your child is up to date. Read more here: https://t.co/JbqJFhxqSo pic.twitter.com/JuVLWc8eC1— NHS (@NHSuk) August 6, 2019\nThe case in Laval is one of six active cases of measles in Canada right now, according to Health Canada. Furthermore, there are large measles outbreaks globally, which have affected many countries.\nTo prevent the spread of the disease, steps have already been taken to identify people who may have been exposed.\nIf you want to find out more about the active case of measles in Laval, and whether or not you were exposed to the virus, you can visit this website.