CHICAGO-The Chicago Department of Public Health has discovered possible exposure to measles at Chicago Airport.
Health officials said an unvaccinated 13-month-old baby passed through Chicago O’Hare International Airport earlier this month and was later diagnosed with measles. The child and his family are returning from an international trip.
The public health department said that travelers who arrived in O’Hare on the date and time indicated below have received standard childhood vaccinations and no action is required, but travelers who have not been vaccinated should check their records and contact their healthcare provider . If they develop symptoms.
Date, time, possible contact location:
November 4, 6pm to 8pm, O’Hare Airport, Terminal 5
November 4, 6pm to 9:30pm, O’Hare Airport Terminal 3
The health department says the measles virus can stay in the air for up to two hours after someone leaves the area.