Two relatives of a UC Berkeley student with
The relatives, identified only as men in their 20s and 30s, voluntarily quarantined in their Contra Costa County homes after the student was diagnosed, Contra Costa Health Services said in a news release.
Officials have not identified any other people exposed to measles by those cases, the statement said.
“People who aren't immunized are very likely to get measles if they are exposed to the
The student, who was not identified, took a Bay Area Rapid Transit train from his home in Contra Costa County to the college campus to attend class, officials said. In Friday’s statement, health officials said the student “probably became infected during a recent trip to the Philippines.”