Health officials in Indiana report measles case in central part of state
Vaccube Bews Daily
By Alexandra Villareal
Indiana state health officials recently confirmed a case of the measles in the central part of the state, though the case appears to be unrelated to an outbreak of the virus among an Amish community in Ohio.
Officials said in a press release that people who visited the following locations on various dates in the state may have been exposed: St. Vincent Immediate Care Center in Zionsville on July 17, Ocean World Restaurant in Indianapolis on July 18, St. Vincent Carmel Hospital Emergency Department in Carmel on July 19 and July 22, and St. Vincent Outpatient Treatment Center in Carmel on July 20 and 21.
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