You already probably know that measles, a disease that was once nearly eradicated thanks to vaccines, are on the rise in Canada.\nWhat began as a small outbreak in a so-called "anti-vaxxer" community has affected many people since January. Since the start of 2019, 65 people have been affected by the measles outbreak in Canada.\nMontreal health officials are warning of another case of the measles in the city. This warning affects people who frequented two public locations in Laval.\nWe had a video correspondent reach out to speak with a spokesperson for Carrefour Laval, one of the locations where the contagious person was known to have visited.\nThe ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux (Minister of Health and Social Services) issued a statement late on Tuesday night, warning of a potential measles exposure.\nThe statement was issued to inform people that a measles case was confirmed in Laval.\nThe person who contracted measles visited two public areas in Laval on Thursday, June 13. The statement reads that the person is considered to have been contagious at that time.\nView this post on Instagram Did you know that #measles germs can linger in a room long after a sick person has left it? Measles can be dangerous, especially for babies and young children. Learn more about measles and how to protect your child. www.cdc.gov/measles A post shared by SoutheasternIdahoPublicHealth (@siphidaho) on Jun 17, 2019 at 7:44am PDT\nThe areas visited by the contagious person on June 13 were the following:\nWalmart in Sainte-Dorothée (700, highway Chomedey, Laval, between 1:30 p.m. and 3:15 p.m.)\n\n\nCommon areas and boutiques near Door 2 of the CF Carrefour Laval, between 2:15 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.\nPregnant women who are not adequately vaccinated against measles, babies under one year and people with a weakened immune system are urged to go to clinic and be injected with antibodies as a preventative measure.\nTo be effective, the antibodies need to be taken before 4:00 p.m. on June 20.\nPeople who do not belong to this group do not need to take these preventative measures, but are asked to monitor their health and be vigilant of measles symptoms until the 8th of July.\nSymptoms include a high fever and red spots on the skin. The Minister reminds people that measles is a serious and very contagious disease.\nRead the statement from the ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux here.