OMSI, Trader Joe's ID'd as latest measles spots as more Portland-area cases emerge

A Portland tourist attraction has entered the list of spots where visitors might be subjected to the measles. As KGW, a PBJ news partner, reports, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry was identified as a possible exposure site. There have now been 35 confirmed cases stemming from Clark County. Eleven other cases of suspected measles are being investigated, according to KGW. Seven other new exposu re sites were identified, including the Trader Joe's at 305 S.E. Chkalov Drive in Vancouver…
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