Measles Advisory -Updated

  • Measles Advisory from Washtenaw County Health Department and Ann Arbor Public Schools.

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    measles info poster The one Washtenaw County measles case announced April 8, 2019 is no longer considered a case. One child in Washtenaw County had been potentially exposed to measles and had been recently vaccinated. Their symptoms and initial test results classified them as measles cases. Per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocol, additional genotype testing was conducted and determined it was not a measles case.

    These previously identified sites are no longer considered exposure locations at this time:

    • Jewish Community Center of Ann Arbor
    • Olive Garden restaurant in Ann Arbor
    • Liberty Athletic Club in Ann Arbor

    More information is available at the Washtenaw County Health Department website. If you have questions about any of the above information, please contact the Washtenaw County Health Department at (734) 544-6700.

    Please be aware that in the event of a measles outbreak, Ann Arbor Public Schools will follow the recommendations of the Washtenaw County Health Department and Centers for Disease Control to prevent the spread of disease in our schools. These recommendations state that unvaccinated students will be excluded from school for 21 days after the onset of rash in an identified case.