Your friend's baby has been immunised against measles at the age of 9 months. It is very unlikely that she has real measles. More likely is that she has Roseola a much milder illness than measles, but often called 'baby measles'.It is very rare for babies to get roseola before the age of 6 months, so it is highly unlikely your baby will develop this illness. Your baby will of course be immunised against measles at 9 months and will also get the MMR immunisation which contains measles at 15 months.
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