BALTIMORE — A second case of measles for a state resident has been confirmed by the Maryland Department of Health.
“The second case is a household contact of the first confirmed case, and both acquired measles outside of Maryland in an area with an ongoing measles outbreak,” a statement from the Department of Health said. “There is no evidence of ongoing spread of measles in Maryland currently. No additional potential measles exposure locations in Maryland have been identified.”
The department had previously warned residents of potential exposure for those who visited an area of Pikesville on April 2, where the first confirmed case was found.