Has [name] ever been given 'vaccination injections' - that is, a shot in the arm at the age of 9 months or older - to prevent him/her from getting measles?
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Measles vaccine is normally given as an injection in the arm. In some countries, some children may receive it as an injection in the thigh. If the mother specifically mentions measles vaccine but refers to an injection in the thigh, accept the answer as valid.
If the child is overdue for his/her measles shot, refer to a health facility.