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Disney measles outbreak: San Bernardino warns of possible exposure

Posters list measles symptoms at the entry points of Olive View UCLA Medical Center in Sylmar on Monday, Jan. 26. The hospital has posted the signs after the recent measles outbreak in Southern California.
Posters list measles symptoms at the entry points of Olive View UCLA Medical Center in Sylmar on Monday, Jan. 26. The hospital has posted the signs after the recent measles outbreak in Southern California.
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A spate of measles cases in San Bernardino has health officials warning patrons away from businesses they say were recently visited by customers infected with the virus. 

The county's department of public health has published locations and times that customers with confirmed measles cases visited the businesses: 

Officials are asking residents who might have been at the locations near the time that they were visited by those with confirmed measles cases to monitor themselves for signs of the illness and to stay at home and call a doctor if signs appear. 

San Bernardino County so far has six confirmed measles cases, all of which, they say, are related to the outbreak that took place in December at Disneyland.

We have information on where to get vaccinated, and an FAQ on the measles outbreak posted here