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Possible Exposure Locations

  • Alaska public health officials are investigating a confirmed case of measles infection in a resident of the Alaska Kenai Peninsula. An unvaccinated teenager with travel to Arizona developed signs and symptoms of measles more than 10 days after arriving back in Alaska in early July. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing at the Alaska State Virology Laboratory for measles RNA virus was positive. Nonimmune persons who were in close proximity to the infected person may be at risk of developing measles. This person might have been infectious while in several public locations in Soldotna during July 8–14.
  • Exposure locations

Updated July 17, 2019