Measles Antibody Screening

Do you have enough immunity against Measles Virus? - Measles Antibody Screening The number of measles infection keep increasing in Hong Kong, 34 cases have already been reported in the first quarter of 2019, which included 14 people who work/travel in the airport. Only 15 cases have been reported in last year.

Airport, being one of the busiest public area in Hong Kong, has been reported with the highest number of infection. Fourteen airport staffs, including a pilot, baggage handlers and security guards, have been found infected as the government attempts to get to grips with the outbreak.

Government officials said they would prioritize workers at Hong Kong International Airport for vaccinations amid a shortage of supply.
Immunity against measles virus will decrease with time after vaccination, thus it may not be able to provide full protection even you have been vaccinated before.

Measles antibody screening is important as it can detect whether the antibody level is adequate to protect measles infection. If, unfortunately, measles antibody is inadequate, you should arrange an appointment with Public Hospitals to receive Measles Booster vaccination. However, no measles antibody screening test has been offered to high risk communities by the government, such as hospitality industry till now.

Measles Antibody Screening - $380/person is available in Neo-Health

Measles antibody test
Testing of measles antibodies in the serum which suggests if there is adequate measles immunity.


Common Measles Features :
Affected person will initially present with fever, cough, runny nose, red eyes and white spots inside the mouth. This is followed by a red blotchy skin rash 3 to 7 days later, which will usually spread from face to the rest of the body. The rash usually lasts for 4 - 7 days, but it can persist for 3 weeks with brownish staining and sometimes fine skin peeling.
In severe cases, the respiratory system, digestive tract and brain can be affected and lead to serious complications or even death.

High-risk Group:
.Pregnant women
.People who are not vaccinated
.People born in 1967-1977
.People with Unsatisfactory Vaccination at birth For any booking or enquiries, please
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Central, Hong Kong
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9 Li Yuen Street East
Central, Hong Kong
Central/ Hong Kong station Exit C

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Sun and Public Holiday Closed

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