Measles quarantine issued at two California universities


More than a thousand students staff at two university campuses in southern California were placed under quarantine or sent home due to possible contact with measles. Anyone who could not show proof of a measles vaccine had to be placed under quarantine at the university of California, Los Angeles, California State, University, Los Angeles. Dr Barbara Ferrara, director of the Los Angeles County department of public health says most suits and staff at the university are vaccinated it's going to be a very small number of students and faculty and staff that actually aren't immunized, and it's pretty easy. If they go to health services to have the folks at how services help them verify their status UCLA. Officials say only one student remains quarantined on campus due to possible measles exposure, while forty five students and one faculty member have elected to selfies late at

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