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Some LAX passengers may have been exposed to measles, warn health officials



LOS ANGELES (KABC) – District health officials are warning about possible exposure to measles in LAX.

Officials say a man with measles has passed through Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday, February 21st. moving to Delta Airlines, Terminal 3, Port 32 while waiting for Delta Delta 5705 flight departure that day.

Anyone who was on Terminal B or Delta Terminal 3 this day from 9:00 to 21:00. may be at risk of developing measles.

Individual Delta flight passengers will also receive a direct notification of a possible exposure.

If you think you have been exposed, contact your doctor immediately.

County health authorities say they were notified of the case on Thursday, March 7th. They say there is no current risk at the airport and there is no risk for anyone who ate meals at the airport that day because measles spread from person to person through the air. Symptoms of measles include cough, fever, runny nose, red eyes and rash, which usually occurs 1

0 to 21 days after exposure.

If you have not developed any symptoms by Thursday, March 14, you are no longer considered to be at risk of this incident. More information about measles from the county can be found here.

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