Photographed early in 2014, in the Philippines capital city of Manila, this baby was in a hospital, having contracted a case of measles (rubeola). Since typhoon Haiyan, the Philippines, especially metropolitan Manila, began experiencing a large measles outbreak. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC), Jim Goodson, MPH, of the Global Immunization Division in the Center for Global Health, took this photo during his time in Manila, while participating in the response to the measles outbreak. Note the maculopapular rash on the infant's face, which is one of the hallmark symptoms of this disease. See 19433 and 19434, for two other views of this infants face, the latter, a much closer view of the baby's condition.