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The patrons of Sauced BBQ and Spirits Restaurant in Livermore on Saturday night may have been exposed to measles, officials warn.
The potential exposure took place between 8 and 11 pm Saturday, the Department of Public Health in Alameda County said in a statement.
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If you were at Sauced between these hours and are subject to the following classifications, you should immediately call your doctor or healthcare professional in Alameda (510 – 267
- Immunodeficiency (with weakened immune system)
- A child who is 12 months old or no younger
- Known to be vaccinated against measles or
- A healthcare employee  Anyone who was in the restaurant at the times indicated should be alert to the symptoms of measles, which can occur between one and two weeks after exposure, officials said. Symptoms include: fever, cough, runny nose, red eyes and a rash that can last up to a week. Some people may experience complications such as diarrhea, pneumonia, or otitis media.
Those who are exposed to measles and show signs of symptoms should first consult a medical facility before being alerted to potential exposure.
The incident in Livermore follows another potential masernal exposure in Santa Clara County earlier this month.
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