BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) - State health officials say a case of measles has been confirmed in a student at Indiana University Bloomington.
Officials say the student did not attend classes while infectious and does not live on campus, according to a release. Health officials are working to find additional cases to prevent transmission of the disease.
The infected individual visited the IU Health Bloomington Hospital emergency department and the CVS Pharmacy located at 1000 N. College Ave. on March 24. Officials say pharmacy visitors who were present between the hours of 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on that day may have been exposed to the virus.
Officials say a very small number of patients may have been infected while at the hospital because the individual was wearing a mask.
If you develop symptoms you should stay home and call your health care provider and the Monroe County Health Department at 812-349-2543.
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