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The locations that the most recent patient visited are:
It is important to know that the locations listed above are all safe and the public should not have any concerns about exposure at this time. If you are a Tehama County resident and you were at these locations during these times, you can call 530.527.6824 Monday thru Friday, 8 to 5 p.m. to speak with a Public Health Official.
The following locations have been identified as possible locations for public exposure to measles in Tehama, Shasta, and Butte counties.
If you are a Tehama County resident and you were at these locations during these times, you can call 530.527.6824 Monday thru Friday, 8 to 5 p.m. to speak with a Public Health Official.
Infected people are usually contagious from about 4 days before their rash starts to 4 days afterwards. People who have received two doses of the measles vaccine have less than a 1% chance of contacting the disease after exposure.
If no additional cases are reported by April 11, Tehama county will consider itself cleared of the threat of additional measles cases stemming from the one exposure.
Symptoms of measles include:
Other things to consider:
If you have the symptoms consistent with measles and are seeking medical Attention please notify the Clinic/Urgent Care/Emergency Department of the concern prior to entering the facility in order to allow protective measures to be placed.
For more information about measles and recommended visit www.shastahhsa.net and click on the “Information on Measles” banner at the top of the page. Call 530.225.5591 to speak with Public Health staff.