Health officials: York measles case may have exposed residents

Measles virus particle

ALLENTOWN, Pa. - Five people in Allentown have been quarantined due to suspected measles exposure.

Mike Moore, a spokesman for the city, says so far none of the people quarantined is showing any symptoms of measles. The quarantine is expected to end sometime between October 29 and November 3.

Moore says a court order was issued for one person who did not want to abide by the quarantine.

This all comes one week after the state Health Department confirmed a case of the measles in Allentown.

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