The total number of cases in B.C.is now 18. The Arizona Department of Health Services is working with Pima County Public Health Department to learn if there was any community exposure to the disease.
Even though the vaccine is highly effective, globally around 110,000 people died from measles in 2017, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
"All of these cases followed a measles case imported from overseas".
Thousands of vaccines are being delivered to health centres in the Canterbury district, which includes Christchurch, as the potentially life-threatening disease widened to more than 20 confirmed cases.
Measles spreads through the air.
Under-immunised people exposed to measles first develop a respiratory type illness with dry cough or runny nose or conjunctivitis and a temperature over 38.5 C and a rash. It starts at the face and works its way down the body and can last five to six days.
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Interior Health asks to please call ahead to your doctor's office or the hospital if you think you may have been exposed to measles and have developed symptoms.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that children get two doses of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine - one between 12 and 15 months and the second between 4 and 6 years - to be fully protected against measles.
The case in Cochise County was reported at Elfrida Elementary school.
The risk to the public is considered low, and Interior Health is following up with people who may have come into contact with the patient.
They're also offering free immunizations to help prevent further spread of the disease.
Older boys and men may experience swelling in the testicles, and women can sometimes feel pain in their abdomen around their ovaries. A lot of them were children under the age of five.