LOS ANGELES, Cali. - Health officials in LA are warning anyone who traveled through LAX of a possible measles exposure.
The LA County Department of Public Health says an international traveler, who was infected, passed through the airport in late May.
That person was reported in terminal four between 9:30 and noon on May 26.
The passenger was also reported to be in the Tom Bradley international terminal between 3:30 and 5:30 P.M. on May 28.
Anyone who may have been in those areas during those times is at risk of developing measles.
A person can take up to 21-days to develop the disease after exposure.