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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has identified several public locations where individuals may have been exposed to measles. These locations include a grocery store, a restaurant, and a gas station in the Madison area. The department is urging anyone who may have been at these locations during the specified times to monitor themselves for symptoms and contact their healthcare provider if they develop any.

Source: https://www.wkow.com/news/top-stories/wi-dhs-identifies-public-locations-where-people-may-have-been-exposed-to-measles/article_c0dfa324-042a-11ef-be59-43053beec5fb.html

A Dane County resident has been confirmed to have measles and may have exposed others to the virus while spending time in Rock County. The individual was not vaccinated and is currently in isolation. Health officials are urging anyone who may have been in contact with the individual to monitor for symptoms and get vaccinated if they are not already.

Source: https://www.channel3000.com/news/dane-co-resident-confirmed-to-have-measles-spent-time-in-rock-county/article_c8d7b5d2-0428-11ef-ab2c-2bb9c8c75917.html

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources is helping with contact tracing in Monongalia County after a confirmed case of measles. The individual with measles had recently traveled internationally and may have exposed others to the highly contagious virus. Health officials are urging anyone who may have been in contact with the infected person to monitor for symptoms and get vaccinated if they are not already.

Source: https://wvmetronews.com/2024/04/26/state-health-officials-assist-with-contact-tracing-in-monongalia-county-following-confirmed-measles-case/