LEESBURG, Va. – Public health officials in Northern Virginia are working to identify individuals they say have been exposed to measles.
The Ministry of Health of Loudoun said in a press release that "out of a plethora of caution:" It warns people who were in two places earlier this month that they may have been exposed.
Places are: Inova Medical Center at Purcellville on the morning of August 17, and the 2 Riverbend Building at Lansdowne on the afternoon of August 20
The health department says it knows no other Virginia locations or dates where suspensions may have occurred.
The Department says if you believe you could have been exposed and never received the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, you should call 703-771
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