There are fears even more people will be hit by Victoria's measles outbreak, which has now infected 11 people.
Eight of those cases are connected to the Collins Square office ib Cikkubs St at Docklands, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
"We see only a few cases of measles in Victoria every year now, and having an outbreak of 11 cases over a week or two or three is unusual," said Chief Health Officer Charles Guest.
"We should prepare for the possibility of more cases."
He also noted that the incubation period for the highly contagious disease can be between seven to 18 days, meaning symptoms could emerge over the next fortnight or so.
They include fever, general discomfort, runny nose, dry cough, sore and red eyes, red and bluish spots inside the mouth; and red and blotchy skin that appears first on the face and hairline and then spreads to the body.
WHERE THEY'VE BEEN:
- September 20-22: Metro trains – North Richmond, Southern Cross, Murrumbeena and South Yarra Stations.
- September 22: the Australian Ballet’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland at the State Theatre.
- September 23: MCG – AFL Preliminary Final (Gate 5, Level 4); Greville St, Prahran; Chapel St, Windsor; Maribyrnong Boathouse, The Boulevard, Moonee Ponds.
- September 24: Melbourne International Airport, Qantas Club Lounge (8-10am); Qantas flight QF 29 to Hong Kong; KMart Moonee Ponds; DFO Essendon.
- September 20: Melbourne International Airport, Jetstar flight JQ 26, arriving from Denpasar.