Southwest Airlines warns passengers about possible exposure to measles

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HOUSTON -- Passengers on four southwest airlines flights may have been exposed to measles.

Southwest Airlines and the CDC are notifying people who flew out of Dallas Love Field on August 21st to Houston. Then further South to Harlingen and back the next day.

People on those flights are being told to monitor themselves for symptoms of the measles, including fever, cough and a rash.

 

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