Measles Case Under Investigation in Amador County

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Amador County is investigating after an unvaccinated visitor tested positive for measles, the county public health department said.

The person is not a resident of Amador County but dined at a restaurant while traveling through the area.

The Amador County Public Health Department is asking anyone who was inside Strings Italian Cafe in Jackson on the night of March 23 to contact them at (209) 223-6407.

Measles is a highly contagious disease that is easily spread through the air by coughing, sneezing or contact with an infected person.

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