Measles in Quebec has never been more common as another 5 locations in Laval and Parc Safari were potentially exposed to the virus earlier this month, warns Quebec's Health Ministry.\nA possible measles exposure in several frequented locations early this month could mean yet another case in the province. So far, there have been 18 reported cases of measles this year in Quebec, according to CBC News.\nThat's 14 more cases than the Health Ministry saw last year. Members of the public may have been exposed to the virus in various locations across Laval, as well as the popular amusement park, Parc Safari in Hemmingford, Quebec.\nOver the past few months, Quebec's Health Ministry, in conjunction with doctors across the province, have been working hard to prevent a potential measles outbreak.\nDid you know that infants can get their measles vaccine as early as 6 months old if you’re travelling to countries...Posted by Public Health Agency of Canada on Thursday, October 26, 2017\nJust a week ago, in fact, a Montreal restaurant was under evaluation due to a potential measles exposure. Two weeks ago, people were potentially exposed while using public transit.\nREAD ALSO: A Four-Alarm Fire In Montreal Has Been Burning For Over Ten Hours (Photos)\nIt seems that the contagion is being spread around the province and for us, localized in areas of Northern Laval and Montreal. According to CBC News, the first victim this year contracted the disease in early June during a vacation out of the country.\nThe following locations were released by the Quebec Health Ministry this morning as potential exposure sites:\nParc Safari on July 12 from 11:30 AM to 3:30 PM\nMcDonald's (2895 de la Concorde E.) in Laval on July 12 from 6 PM to 8:30 PM\nPharmaprix (1768 des Laurentides) in Laval on July 11 from 12 PM to 1:30 PM\nJean Coutu (2065 des Laurentides) in Laval on July 11 from 11:30 AM to 1 PM\nSt. Vincent Pool and changing rooms at Centre de la Nature de Laval on July 10 from 1 PM to 2:30 PM\nView this post on Instagram DÉVOILEMENT DES NOUVEAUTÉS 2019 AU PARC SAFARI!🏝📱🦁🚛 - 🏝 L'Aquaparc s'agrandit : Nouvelle Oasis tropicale, trois glissades de plus de 30 pieds de hauteur, descente de rivière en tube, espace pour la baignade et aire de détente sous les palmiers. - 📱Une application interactive, ludique et éducative unique au Canada : Informations sur les animaux qui vous entourent, avertissements lors de spectacles et autres événements lors de votre visite. - 🦁 Un petit-déjeuner «lionnesque» incontournable : Accompagnement par un guide zoologique, volet éducatif et présentation interactive, visite de l’arrière-scène pour admirer les fauves ainsi que les autres espèces d’une nouvelle manière. - 🚛 Bien plus qu'un zoo : Faites le parcours du Safari aventure à bord d’un véritable camion de brousse. - Tous les détails de nos nouveautés sont disponibles dans le lien en bio! Serez-vous les premiers à découvrir nos nouveautés cette année? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #parcsafari #hemmingford #quebec #canada #tourismemonteregie #tourismequebec #zoo #animals #animallover #wildanimals #animalsofinstagram #nature #fun #nouveautes #aquaparc #bienplusquunzoo A post shared by Parc Safari (@parcsafari) on May 8, 2019 at 4:00pm PDT\nIt's recommended that people contact Info-Santé by dialling 811 as soon as possible if they visited those locations on those dates. They might be exposed to the virus and have a limited window to receive antibodies.\nTo consult the complete list of possible exposure sites, please visit the Quebec Health Ministry's official website.\nView this post on Instagram Measles cases have hit a five-year high with 971 reported cases. Check out the link below to find out what effects this could have and what the CDC has to say. http://ow.ly/t2h350uT3I6 #measlesoutbreak #CDC #hcsm #modernhealthcare #mdcodepro 📷📝 : Modern Healthcare A post shared by MDCodePro (@mdcodepro) on Jul 3, 2019 at 4:38pm PDT\nThe main symptoms of measles include severe fever and red marks all over the body. Those most at risk are infants and unvaccinated individuals. It's recommended that you get an anti-measles vaccine within 7 days of potential exposure.\nThe number one way to prevent contracting measles is to get vaccinated, so please do that if you haven't already.