The New Jersey Health Department has issued a measles warning in Burlington and Camden Counties after a woman who visited several locations there last week tested positive for the disease.
Officials are asking anyone who was at these locations during the times specified to contact a health provider immediately, as they could have been exposed:
Health officials said anyone exposed could develop symptoms as late as July 11.
Symptoms of measles can include a high fever, cough, runny nose, and watery eyes. A rash appears three to five days after the other symptoms, typically beginning on the face near the hairline and spreading toward the neck and feet.
The individual who has tested positive developed symptoms after an international trip, officials said.