LIVERMORE (KRON) – Public health officials warn residents of the Alameda district from maserne exposure in a Livermore restaurant.
Alameda County Health Department warns that people who visited Saucer's BBQ and Spirits Restaurant in Livermore on March 23rd between 8:00 pm and 7:00 pm. and 11 o'clock may have been exposed to the disease.
Officials say those who are not immune to measles and have visited the restaurant are at risk of contracting the disease.
People who visited the restaurant between 8pm. and 1
- have a weakened immune system
- a baby 12 months old or younger
- A Healthcare Professional
If you have symptoms such as fever, cough, runny nose, red eyes and a rash, call your doctor immediately.
The restaurant is located at 2300 First Street 120, Livermore, California, 94550.
The restaurant reps have sent the following statement:
"This afternoon we were contacted by the Department of Public Health that they were the public would inform that on March 23, we had a guest in our restaurant in Livermore, who was suffering from the measles virus.
According to the guidelines of the Ministry of Health, we have contacted all staff and there is currently no risk to our restaurant.
If However, if you are in Livermore on Saturday, March 23, between 7.30pm and 12.30pm, and you think you may be exposed, please contact the Alameda County Health Department or a physicist. "
This case in Alameda County is one of many seen in the Bay Area this month.
Earlier this week, health officials warned residents and visitors of measles exposure at several shops and restaurants in Santa Clara County.
Officials said the international traveler who visited the Santa Clara district was tested positive for the disease.
Click here to see a map of the place where the traveler is in the area.
Three other measles cases also appeared in the Bay Area this month.
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