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Measles Exposure Alert Issued In D.C.

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Officials say there may have been exposure on the D1, D6, S2 or S4 busses between Georgetown and Columbia Heights, and at Potbelly's Sandwich Shop at 1400 Irving Street Northwest.

Symptoms of measles include fever, cough, red eyes and a blotchy rash.

The Department says anyone who is experiencing symptoms and has not received two doses of the measles vaccine should contact a health-care provider.


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