The disease begins with fever, cough, red, watery eyes, and a skin rash.

Measles patient went to Disneyland and could have infected others

All the people who were in the same place as this man could get sick in the next 21 days.

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Although going to Disneyland should be a fun experience, perhaps it could become a worrying issue, as it was announced that a person infected with measles visited the park and could have infected others with the disease, according to the Fox News portal.

City of Los Angeles health officials said the patient – whose identity remains anonymous – visited a Starbucks located on Sepulveda Boulevard on October 16 and then headed to the famous amusement park located in the city of Anaheim, in where It was from 9:15 in the morning until 8:35 in the afternoon of the same day

"Other people may have been exposed to measles, since these public places were visited by the person with (the disease)," the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health said in a press release.

Measles is a highly contagious and potentially serious disease that begins with fever, cough, red, watery eyes, and finally its already characteristic rash on the skin.

“Measles is transmitted by air and by direct contact even before you know you have it. The MMR vaccine is a very effective measure to protect yourself and prevent the involuntary spread of this potentially serious infection to others, ”added the Department of Public Health.

They also announced that anyone who has been in the same places as the sick person during the same hours, I would be at risk of developing the disease in the next 21 days. Therefore, they are recommended to review their medical records to see if they were already vaccinated as reported by U.S. News

Currently, there are 19 cases of measles in Los Angeles alone.

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