The local infected patients, who were from Alameda, Orange, Pasadena, Riverside and San Diego, range in age from 8 months to 21 years old. Just one of the infected individuals had been fully vaccinated.
The California Health Department has sent out an alert, warning doctors to be on the lookout for signs of measles.
Disneyland released a statement on Wednesday, addressing the issue.
“We are working with the health department to provide any information and assistance we can,” Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Chief Medical Officer Pamela Hymel said.
“Two Utah resident cases have also been confirmed and three additional California residents are also suspected to have measles and are under investigation,” Ron Chapman of the CDPH said.
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