UC-Berkeley Opens Emergency Clinic After Officials Confirm Second Student Diagnosed With Measles
On Saturday, UC-Berkeley opened an emergency measles clinic after the university reported a second student had been diagnosed with the disease. Officials warned that the student could have infected thousands of others when commuting home from Oakland International Airport on March 30 and attending classes from April 1 to April 3. The student currently is in isolation.
- "Emergency Clinic Opened After Second Measles Case Confirmed at UC-Berkeley" (Nelson/Ioffee, Oakland Tribune, 4/5).
- "2nd UC-Berkeley Student Infected With Measles 'Could Have Exposed Thousands'" (Florido, "KPCC News," AP/KPCC, 4/5).