Officials Confirm 67 Measles Cases; Some Disneyland Resort Workers Without Vaccinations Urged To Stay Home
The California Department of Public Health has confirmed a total of 67 measles cases across California, as well as Colorado, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Mexico. The confirmed cases include five Disneyland Resort employees, of which two were vaccinated. The theme park has asked employees who had contact with their infected co-workers to stay home unless they can prove they have been vaccinated or are immune.
- "67 Confirmed Cases of Measles in California-Centered Outbreak" (Xia/Lin, Los Angeles Times, 1/21).
- "State Measles Cases Now at 59; Expect More" (Aliferis, "State of Health," KQED, 1/21).
- "Disney Measles Outbreak: Resort Asks Staff for Proof They're Protected" (Xia et al., Los Angeles Times, 1/21).
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