No. You seem to be immune against measles. If you have written documentation showing at least one of the following, you are considered immune against measles by CDC:
1. You received two doses of measles-containing vaccine, and you are a(n)—
*school-aged child (grades K-12)
*adult who will be in a setting that poses a high risk for measles transmission, including students at post-high school education institutions, healthcare personnel, and international travelers.
2. You received one dose of measles-containing vaccine, and you are a(n)—
*adult who will not be in a high-risk setting for measles transmission.
3. A laboratory confirmed that you had measles at some point in your life.
4. A laboratory confirmed that you are immune to measles.
5. You were born before 1957.