SEATTLE – Health officials are investigating a sixth confirmed measles case in a western Washington outbreak involving people who spend time at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Public Health – Seattle and King County told a woman on Friday The 40-year-old King County was positively affected.
Two other cases are in King County, two are in Pierce County and one in Snohomish County.
All highly infectious diseases are elderly except for a teenager in Snohomish County.
Officials said that the woman in the latest case while infecting visited many places in Auburn including a Fred Meyer and The Box Maker in Kent.
Officials tell information on recent cases pointing to a common exposure from an unknown person infected with measles on April 25 at the Sea-Tac airport, probably in the morning.