A measles warning has been issued after three recent cases were reported across a series of public sites in Melbourne. There have been nine new cases of measles in Victoria over the past fortnight. A woman in her 50s is being treated in hospital, another woman in her 30s is recovering at home and a third person, a man in his 30s is also recovering at home. A passenger on a Virgin flight on November 30 from Brisbane to Melbourne had measles. (AAP) Victoria’s Chief Health Officer, Dr Brett Sutton, said there are a large number of ongoing international measles outbreaks. "People who are planning overseas travel should ensure they have received vaccinations appropriate to travel, including an MMR vaccine if they do not have a history of two previous MMR vaccinations," Dr Sutton said. "Free MMR vaccine is now available from GPs and some pharmacies for all eligible […]