Hospitals Issue Precautions As State Reports New Measles Cases
Carol McCarthy | May 9, 2017 AT 7:34 pm
(Undated) -- Four more cases of measles reported in Minnesota is leading to restrictions at several major Twin Cities hospitals and clinic systems. The state's measles outbreak has left 48 people sick. Allina Health leaders announced yesterday that it's asking that children under age five not visit its hospitals unless they are seeking care. All kids under age eleven are asked to wear a mask while visiting Allina clinics or hospitals. Also, anyone with a cough or a sore throat is asked to wear a mask while in a medical center.