(Reuters) - California has confirmed more cases of measles in people who visited Disneyland or its adjacent California Adventure park last month, health officials said on Monday, raising the number of infected people to 26.
A total of 22 cases in California have been linked with visits to the Anaheim parks between Dec. 15 and Dec. 20, including one that arose from direct contact with an infected person, the California Department of Public Health said.
15:47 California man's two vehicles crushed by different trees in different cities on same day24
08:08 8 people injured by gunfire, one critically, during MLK day festivities in Miami20
06:23 Eight shot at MLK Day celebration in Miami11
16:24 Quick-thinking grandfather fights off 3-year-old's would-be kidnapper16