(STILLWATER, Okla.) -- The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced on Friday the state had received the first confirmed measles case in Oklahoma since 1997.
Officials said the person is a spouse of an Oklahoma State University student who lives off-campus, and recently traveled out of the country.
State health officials are working with the Payne County Health Department, Oklahoma State University and local medical facilities in the investigation.
Officials however warned that the infected person visited the following locations in Stillwater, and may have exposed others to the virus:
- Aldi (1188 N Perkins Rd) - March 13.
- Crepe Myrtle Market (613 S Lewis) - March 13.
- Food Pyramid (421 N Main St) - March 13.
- Boba Fusion Café (211 N Perkins Rd) - March 13.
- China Wok (917 N Perkins Rd) - March 14.
- Jimmy’s Egg (811 W 6th Ave) - March 16.
- University Health Services on March 17 or 19.
Anyone who believes they may have been exposed is asked to review their immunization records and contact their local health department with any questions.
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