The Arizona Department of Health Services has confirmed two new cases of measles, bringing the total to 22 cases. Pinal county have the majority of the cases with 21, and Maricopa county has one.
Public health has identified numerous possible exposure sites throughout Coolidge, Arizona.
If you think you might have the disease, contact your healthcare provider, and do not make contact with anyone else to expose them.
If you do not have a healthcare provider, contact any local hospital emergency room or urgent care center.
For additional information about the potential measles outbreak, visit Stop The Spread website.
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