FOX NEWS - A California woman in her 20s, who had just returned from an international trip, is suspected of exposing measles to an Orange County movie theater showing "Avengers: Endgame," reports said Wednesday.
NBC reported that The Orange County Health Care agency is warning all moviegoers at the AMC Theater in Fullerton April 25, from 11 p.m. until 4 a.m.
Health officials advise those moviegoers to check their vaccination history and notify their health providers.
AMC Fullerton employee Carlee Greer-McNeill told NBC with exasperation: "People, if you know you have the measles, please don't come to a movie theater, let alone a public place."
Measles symptoms include runny nose, fever and a red-spotted rash. Most people recover, but measles can lead to pneumonia, brain swelling and even death in some cases.
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