Is this question addressed to the paediatrician? Remember that your daughetr has been immunised against measles so it is most unlikely that she would get measles. Even if the pharmacist thought it was measles it was very bad advice to inform you that you should send her back to school the next day.The rash you describe here especially the raised red bumps and the fact that they are itchy suggests an allergic rash known as urticaria or 'hives'. The treatment is an antihistamine such as Zyrtec tablets 10mg once daily until the rash clears up. This should take a day or two to happen. Try and think about a possible cause such as any nuts or seafood she may have eaten or berries or even a medicine taken recently.
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