The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services have identified and confirmed a second case of the measles in Ann Arbor.
The ill person arrived to Detroit Metro Airport on June 12 around 3:45 p.m. at the McNamara Terminal international area. Officials say the person was considered contagious at the time and are contacting potentially exposed passengers from the flight.
The person also possibly exposed the disease at these places:
- Hertz car rental airport shuttle bus: June 12 (5-7 p.m.)
- Staybridge Suites, Ann Arbor: June 12 (5:30 p.m.) through June 16 (5 p.m.)
- Jimmy John's Gourment Sandwiches at 3945 S. State Street in Ann Arbor: June 12 (7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.)
- Concentra Urgent Care in Ann Arbor: June 14 (2-6 p.m.)
People who may have been at the listed locations during the listed times should watch for symptoms within 21 days after possible exposure.
Symptoms can include: high fever, red eyes, cough, runny nose, followed by a red, raised body rash starting on the head and face that then spreads to the rest of the body.