Measles is a very contagious disease that can spread through contact with infected mucus and saliva. An infected person can release the infection into the air when they cough or sneeze. The measles virus can live on surface anyone within close proximity can become infected. Drinking from an infected person`s glass, or sharing, eating utensils with an infected person increases your risk of infection. (Pecan and Bouwier, 2012). Aim And Objectives Of The Study is to identifythose pre disposing factor influencing Air-born out breaks.To identify and examine available facilities provided within Ikara Local Government area.To examine behavior of the inhabitant towards measles and tuberculosis infection.To make appropriate recommendation for solving any identified problems regarding air-born disease.The research design used in this study was descriptive design.
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Sanee Qarus, Zakareeyya, and Zakariyya Yau "Prevalence of airborne disease among the children under 0-5 years (measles and tuberculosis)." Afribary. Afribary, 15 Apr. 2021, https://afribary.com/works/prevalence-of-airborne-disease-among-the-children-under-0-5-years-measles-and-tuberculosis. Accessed 10 Jun. 2023.
Sanee Qarus, Zakareeyya, and Zakariyya Yau . "Prevalence of airborne disease among the children under 0-5 years (measles and tuberculosis).". Afribary, Afribary, 15 Apr. 2021. Web. 10 Jun. 2023. < https://afribary.com/works/prevalence-of-airborne-disease-among-the-children-under-0-5-years-measles-and-tuberculosis >.
Sanee Qarus, Zakareeyya and Yau, Zakariyya . "Prevalence of airborne disease among the children under 0-5 years (measles and tuberculosis)." Afribary (2021). Accessed June 10, 2023. https://afribary.com/works/prevalence-of-airborne-disease-among-the-children-under-0-5-years-measles-and-tuberculosis