ANN ARBOR, MI – The Washtenaw County Health Department has revealed three possible places where people may have been exposed to measles.
Health officials on Monday confirmed the Washtenaw County's first case of measles among a major Michigan outbreak.  fake "/>
The Health Department suggests that all who went to The following locations during the following periods should monitor for rash with fever or other measles symptoms for 21
- Jewish Community Center for Greater Ann Arbor 2935 Birch Hollow Drive Monday April 1 through Monday 8 April from 19.45 to 18.30 This includes families using the childcare program or anyone entering or leaving the facility.
- Olive Garden Italian Kitchen 445 Eisenhower Pkwy Monday April 1 from 7 pm
- Liberty Athletic Club 2975 W. Liberty Road Sunday, April 7 from 3:45 pm This includes anyone entering and leaving the facility or using the pool or family room.
Toms of the vaccine prevention disease include: runny nose, red eyes, cough, fever, sore throat, small white spots in the mouth and a raised red rash that occurs on the third to fifth disease day, according to the health ward. The rash begins on the face and spreads to arms and legs and lasts for four to seven days.
Symptoms start seven to 14 days after being exposed and may last for one to two weeks. It spreads through sneezing, coughing or talking. A person with measles is contagious for four days before and four days after the rash, according to the health department.
The vaccine, if administered within 72 hours of exposure, may prevent disease according to the health department.  The vaccine is available through primary healthcare providers and some local pharmacies. The Washtenaw County Health Department offers the vaccine until 11:00. Tuesday and from. until 7 pm on Wednesday.
For more information, call 734-544-6700.