Measles outbreaks in Japan and Taiwan have left many people here concerned about the rapid spread of the disease, but experts say an outbreak is unlikely to occur here because of Singapore's immunisation programme.
The outbreak in Asia has been traced to a 30-year-old male flight attendant with Tigerair Taiwan, who caught the infectious disease in Thailand last month.
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