If you were at the Happiest Place on Earth on Monday, August 12, we have some not so happy news: you and your family may have been exposed to measles.
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Because it's possible that the young girl was exposed to the disease and that it was exposed to the disease.
"We were notified that the tourist had visited multiple Southern California locations and had been in Orange County Health Care Agency Liz Jaeger, Director of External Communications at Disneyland Resort.
Officials say there is the chance that guests of Anaheim's Desert Palms Hotel at 631 West Katella Avenue may have been exposed since the teenagers stayed in the hotel from august 11 to august 15.
The Orange County agency was notified by health care officials in New Zealand, and the agency continues to investigate the possibility of exposure to guests. But this is not a threat.
"At this point, there's no concern to either of these locations," Nichole Quick said , to Orange County Health Officer.
This is not the first time this year. As recently as January of this year, a food service worker at Disney World's Hoop-de-Doo Revue tested positive for hepatitis, causing uneasiness among guests of the restaurant once they found out a few days later.