Los Angeles – A person with measles may have exposed others to the disease when they visited Disneyland this month, Los Angeles County health authorities said today.
The Department of Public Health said a county resident with a confirmed measles case visited the park on October 16, from 9:15 a.m. until 8:35 p.m. That same person was in the morning at a Starbucks business in western Los Angeles.
The health authorities said that all the people who were in those places during those hours could be at risk of developing measles symptoms in the next 21 days.RELATED
Those people should check their medical records to see if they were vaccinated or if they had measles at some time in their lives.
There were 19 cases of measles in county residents in 2019 and 11 among non-residents who passed through the area.