Health officials are warning the public after someone with measles visited a number of Hudson Valley locations.

On Tuesday, the Sullivan County Public Health Department told the public of possible exposures to individuals who recently tested positive for measles.

Since March, there have been five confirmed cases of measles in Sullivan County and two more additional suspect cases.

Residents may have been exposed if they were at the following location on May 16, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., or between May 25 to June 2:

Gibbers-Viznitz

168 Yeshiva Drive, Kiamesha Lake

Residents may have been exposed if they were at the following location between May 14 to 22, or between May 25 to June 3:

Yeshiva Gedolah Zichron Moshe

84 Laurel Park Road, South Fallsburg

Residents may have been exposed if they were at the following location on May 18,  between 12:30 and 2:30 p.m.:

Garden Terrace

221 Laurel Ave, Fallsburg

Two confirmed contagious individuals have been quarantined via a mandatory isolation order issued by the Sullivan County Public Health Director.

Sullivan County officials announced last week the county will require full measles immunization for staff members and campers at summer camps in Sullivan County.

Measles is a highly contagious respiratory disease caused by a virus that is spread by direct contact with nasal or throat secretions of infected people. People first develop a fever, then often a cough, runny nose and watery eyes, followed by an appearance of a rash. People are considered infectious four days before to four days after the appearance of the rash.

Symptoms include a fever, rash, cough, conjunctivitis or a runny nose. Symptoms usually appear 10-12 days after exposure but may appear as early as seven days and as late as 21 days after exposure.

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