Municipal health officials have confirmed yet another case of measles in Montreal.\nSanté Montréal has listed 7 institutions where the public may have been exposed.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe Montreal Public Health Department has confirmed that yet another case of measles was reported on September 30 in the Montreal area.\nA person infected with the measles virus arrived in Montreal on Air Canada flight 8903 from Moncton, New Brunswick on September 20. Around noon of that day the person spent time in the arrivals area of Trudeau airport.\nAfter leaving the airport, over the course of the next five days, the passenger visited six businesses in Pointe-aux-Trembles and the Mercier-Hochelaga-Maisonneuve boroughs.\nThe health agency is warning Montrealers about possible exposure to the extremely contagious virus from September 20 to September 25.\nIf you have been to any of the following businesses on the dates mentioned, it is advised that you monitor yourself for any symptoms, including high fever and cough, runny nose or red and watery eyes.\nMaxi, 12780 Rue Sherbrooke Est, Pointe-aux-Trembles (Sept. 21)\n\n\nMike's, 12500 Rue Sherbrooke Est, Pointe-aux-Trembles (Sept. 21)\n\n\nDepanneur Couche-Tard, 12044, Rue Sherbrooke St. Est, Pointe-aux-Trembles (Sept. 22)\n\n\nCanadian Tire, 3500, Blvd. Tricentenaire, Pointe-aux-Trembles (Sept. 23)\n\n\nIGA Hochelaga 7975 Hochelaga, Montréal (Sept. 23)\n\n\nBest Western Plus, 12555 Rue Sherbrooke Est, Pointe-aux-Trembles (Sept. 24-25)\nDetails about each of these locations, including specific times when exposure may have occurred, is available on the Santé Montréal website.\nIf you were in the above locations on the dates specified and exposed to the measles virus, it is unfortunately too late to receive the preventive treatment.\nAVIS À LA POPULATION | Exposition possible à la #Rougeole dans des lieux publics de l’Est de #Montréal et à l’Aéroport international Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau de Montréal➡️https://t.co/CBTWVzKiU0 pic.twitter.com/aWjM15uN3h— Santé Montréal (@santemontreal) October 1, 2019\nBut the Health Department urges those who think they may have been exposed to be vigilant in monitoring possible symptoms.\nYou can visit their page to check the deadlines to monitor symptoms, which usually appear a bit less than a month from exposure.\nREAD MORE: Someone Risked Life To Paint A Cabin & Hang Curtains Atop An Abandoned Montreal Factory\nShould you notice these symptoms it is recommended that you stay at home at the first signs of measles, and limit your interactions with others (especially those that may be in a high-risk group such as pregnant women, children under one year old, and those with weakened immune 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\nConsult a doctor immediately.\nFor more detailed information and for a full list of symptoms, visit the Montreal Health site.\nIf you have any health concerns or questions on where to get a vaccination, call Info-Santé by dialling 811.