Possible measles exposure at Sea-Tac Airport; what you need to know
SEATTLE — Health officials are giving a new warning on the measles virus and another possible exposure at Sea-Tac Airport.
A person who has been diagnosed with measles was at the airport on Memorial Day, according to King County Public Health.
Anyone who was in the ‘A’ Concourse baggage claim between 6:20 and 10:00 p.m. May 26th may have been exposed.
Health officials say symptoms begin 7 to 21 days after exposure.
If you think you’re experiencing measles-like symptoms, call your doctor before showing up.
Officials warned of another case of measles exposure at Sea-Tac Airport and other locations around Seattle on March 31st.